New Denny’s offers marriage, cocktails and photo booth
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Las Vegas (WTVR)—Talk about a grand slam, now at one national diner you can get your marriage the same you way you get your eggs—over easy.
Leave it to a Denny’s in Las Vegas to include “marriage” as an option on the diner menu. Thankfully it wasn’t Waffle House that came up with the scheme because no one likes marriage scattered and smothered.
The diner-with-benefits, which opened Thursday on Fremont Street, will be the corporation’s flagship unit.
The new 6,400 foot diner will have a wedding chapel where couples can tie the knot. Although the official ribbon has been snipped, weddings won’t start until 2013, and the service will kick-off with a celebrity wedding in February.
The international chain has 1,700 diners, but this is the first one to offer marriage, and one of less than 50 to feature a full-service bar.
Another one of bells-and-whistles offered at the location will be an interactive photo booth with props, allowing patrons to get spectacular touristy photos and share them via social media.
A little known fact is that Elvis and Priscilla Presley were married in Vegas, at the Aladdin Hotel, in 1967.
That’s not the reason for so many Elvis impersonators on the streets, but it could be the reason why the Denny’s restaurant will offer a French Toast plate called the “King Stack.”