Every restaurant chain is known for something notable. Chili's is recognized for its delicious -- yet unidentifiable -- queso dip made of who-knows-what mouthwatering ingredients. IHOP, AKA International House of Pancakes, is famous for -- you guessed it -- pancakes. McDonald's, obviously, sells millions of burgers and fries.
Denny's, on the other hand, is celebrated for its Grand Slam Breakfast, complete with two eggs, two pancakes, two pieces of bacon, two sausages, and a total of 830 calories, all for less than ten bucks.
Now, in commemoration of its grand reopening, Denny's in Plantation is giving away 100 of its iconic menu items tomorrow.
After operating in the same location for more than 25 years, the store recently underwent a renovation. To honor the reopening, the spot is handing out free Grand Slam breakfasts to the first 100 customers to walk through the doors.
Don't worry: Even if you're not a morning person, you can still get in on some deals. The first 25 guests to come in for lunch, starting at noon, are entitled to a free classic burger and fries.
Beginning at 6 p.m., the first 25 patrons will be offered an entrée without charge.
Throughout the day, the newly revamped location will be handing out a bunch of other giveaways, including complimentary cups of Denny's new signature coffee blends for one month if you buy a Plantation Denny's mug.
"Today's grand reopening is not only an exciting day for the residents of Plantatio, but for all of us at Denny's as well," said Denny's general manager, Bonnie Shew. "We've been a key part of this community for nearly 35 years, and we couldn't think of a better way to mark this occasion than with a Grand Slam of a celebration."
Denny's is located at 1727 N. University Drive in Plantation. Call 954-473-5458, or visit dennys.com
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