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Your standard diner, maximizing the utility of a small space.
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If you really want to slow dance in the aisles, you can, but if you want more the management suggests you make room for more paying customers.
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They hired art students as painters because they work cheap, so there's a little bit of pizzazz.
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This 1x3 lot fits neatly in the road frontage along river fronts, spoiling the view.
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The ads call it "bold color choices." The contracts called it: "Using up the leftovers."
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The flat roof may be plain, but at least it doesn't clip the sign.
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The double doors lead to the kitchen, the single door to the restroom, places as far away from the dining area as possible so patrons won't have to fight the dishwashers for the sinks.
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Even the kitchen is bright and cheery.
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Both outings and intimate dinners are possible here. Dance in the aisles if you have to but please don't sit in the middle of the floor to do an assignment!
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A number of other color schemes are only a click of a button away, but this grows on you after awhile. Aren't you tired of boring old "good taste?"