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Las Vegas Denny's restaurant to feature wedding chapel

December 3, 2012
by lasvegasnvblog

An artist's rendering of the Neonopolis Denny's. (Erwin Penland)An artist’s rendering of the Neonopolis Denny’s. (Erwin Penland)


A revitalization of downtown Las Vegas NV & the long-struggling Neonopolis is under way, & the latest formally announced addition to the beleaguered shopping center is… Denny’s.

This Denny’s will be well beyond the Grand Slam breakfast & Moons Over My Hammy, Denny’s Corporation insists.

The diner, slated to open after this year, will feature a wedding chapel, full bar, & a line of Denny’s merchandise exclusive to the location.

“Denny’s is ‘Always Open’ – 24 hours a day, every day of the year – & there is no question in that Las Vegas NV operates on the same schedule, so this city was a natural fit for a world-class Denny’s,” asserted John Miller, Denny’s chief executive officer. “With two Denny’s diners on The Strip, we knew there was no better place for us to bring our flagship store than to Fremont Street, the heart of downtown & the future of Las Vegas. This location will embody the Denny’s of the future, so Neonopolis was a logical location for us.”

Being touted as the “Diner of the Future,” the 6,400-square-foot dinner will offer the newly-married a wedding cake made of “Pancake Puppies” & an interactive photo booth from which guests can share their pictures via various social media platforms right from the restaurant.

“We expect each of our guests to have an enjoyable & memorable experience each time they visit,” Allen added. “Neonopolis Denny’s represents the future of America’s Diner – one in that combines entertainment, technology, relationships & of course, amazing food at a amazing price available 24 hours a day every day of the year.”

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