Following a broken water line that led to a construction delay, Bradley's Fine Diner is finally slated to open to the public on April 3. The restaurant is the second Houston venture from James Beard Award winner Bradley Ogden, who is opening three Houston establishments in total. Funky Chicken was the first local eatery to debut, and it's located in the same strip center as Bradley's Fine Diner. Bradley's Fine Diner will, however, be a completely different concept. The 90-seat upscale dining establishment will offer a high-end lounge atmosphere and will be helmed by Ogden's son, chef Bryan Ogden with La Colombe d'Or's former general manager Sebastien J. Laval at the front of the house. About Bradley's Fine Diner, Bradley told Eater back in December that at Bradley's Fine Diner he will "introduce updated classic items from my Lark Creek Inn days while harnessing new perspectives inspired by the Houston marketplace. It will be food that is inspired throughout decades of cooking with the new veil of [Bryan] and of new-age techniques and everything from wood-burning suckling pig cassoulet to a whole roasted pork rack, to grilled trout, to homemade sausages with little stews, charcuterie plate with cheese." Bradley also promised that there will be "some fresh pizzas out of the oven to great salads and sandwiches, especially at lunch."