GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING AT FORKS AND FINGERS â€“ IBIKUNLE, MARKETING MANAGER
Forks and Fingers Diner's Club, a cozy 250-square metres entertainment and events venue on Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lagos, has become a choice for high-class fun-seekers as a result of its quality and corporate services. Aside from serving good and healthy food and drinks at a lounge where guests relax and still do business at their pace, the uniqueness of the place has placed it in a stead where it would continue to be celebrities' choice for relaxation.
According to Ibukun Gloria Ibikunle, the Business Administration graduate of the University of Ilorin, who is the Marketing Manager, 'our environment picks its patrons. It is a business restaurant complete with top of the grade projectors along with a very large electronic screen of 92 inches by 92 inches, along with eight large and small television screens from which presentations may be made; including private eating or reading or meeting rooms. It is wireless internet-enabled and our target is the middle class to the upper class for whom the environment and services provide sense of great respite.
'Also, with the programmes we have in the offing now, our customers will get better deals with us'.
At Forks & Fingers, 200 people can sit comfortably in a dinning situation. For other events, like corporate partying or entertainment shows, the place is set to accommodate far more without hindrance. Ibikunle stated that the place serves African and continental dishes, and other kinds of menu required by customers are prepared perfectly. On the choice of Opebi for its location, she said that is because Opebi has its business attraction as it pairs up very well with Allen which combines as a vital business hub on the Mainland.
Of the special weekly programmes for customers' satisfaction, are 'Happy Hour' on Wednesdays; live music and box music on Fridays, karaoke and its popular 'Comedy Nite' of every last Sunday of the month, which keep attracting more clientele. Its spacious hall is free to users