The 260-seat restaurant was designed by architect Harry Hester with three separate dining areas and with air conditioning throughout. The all-stainless steel kitchen was equipped with the newest "Micro-Wave Ovens". The restaurant was constructed at a cost of about $450,000 for the chain, owned by John Holcomb Jr. The suburban site provided parking spaces for 100 cars.
- Allen, Fred L. (December 1963) "Britling will build cafeteria in greater Five Points West" The Birmingham News - via Birmingham Rewound