The fast food chain's Cajun-inspired menu is just one example of this. When ordering fried chicken from your car, you can look up to see an homage to classic New Orleans architecture. Such embellishments may make sense at fine dining eateries, but their inclusion on a one-story fast food restaurant has left many customers confused. Other features—like the orange awnings and green goose-neck lamps—make Popeyes buildings unique among fast food architecture. The restaurant's slogan, “So fast, you get your chicken before you get your change,” paved the way for the pithier Popeyes slogan “Louisiana Fast.” Here are more facts about the fried chicken chain.