Known for its breakfasts, this diner chain slings all-American grub and bottomless cups of coffee.. In Short With its kid-friendly vibe, booth seating and late-night hours (most stores are open 24 hours), Denny's draws night owls, seniors and families with kids. The menu sticks to classic American staples: wings, chicken strips, burgers, salads and the like. But breakfast is king, with specialties ranging from skillets, egg scrambles, French toast platters and several variations on the famous Grand Slam: two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips and two sausage links.
If you've got time to spare.
While Denny's is an ok place to go if nothing else is open, I cannot recommend it during dinner hours. My 7-year-old daughter convinced us to go the local Denny's (rt.73, Mt. Laurel) one evening for dinner and we obliged her. After being seated, 30 minutes passed before we were waited on. The waitress was polite enough and explained they were short handed that night, but did not explain that it would be another 45 minutes before the food came! I swore I'd never go back. However, my daughter asked again a month or so later and we foolishly caved in. Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! Almost the identical experience AGAIN! Only this time the waitress was not nearly as nice. Personally I believ I will never see the inside of a Denny'a again! Of course, then again, my daughter can be very persausive.