Denny’s Senior Discount 55 Plus Menu


Denny’s is a very popular restaurant chain in the U.S. In 1953 Harald Butler and Richard Jezak founded Danny’s Donuts in California. A few years later the name was changed to Danny’s Coffee Shops. But to avoid confusion with another restaurant with a similar name, it was renamed again to Denny’s Coffee Shops. A few years later it was renamed to just Denny’s.

Denny’s is famous for always being ready to serve and does not close even on holidays. The services are available 24/7 and known for never closing their doors to even the point where many of their restaurants were not built with locks on their doors!

Today, there are over 1,600 Denny’s restaurants now around the world, and most of the Denny’s restaurants are franchisee owned. These franchisee-owned restaurants are located mostly in the U.S, but also in Canada, U.K, Mexico, and many other countries. You can even find a Denny’s in Japan and as far away as New Zealand!

Grand Slam Breakfast

Denny’s is known for their Grand Slam Breakfast which was introduced to their menu in 1977. This menu item is still a very popular breakfast to this day. It consists of pancakes, eggs, bacon strips and sausages. You can also now build your own Grand Slam Breakfast and pick from a list of ingredients available.

Denny’s Senior Discount Menu

The best part about Denny’s is that they have a special senior menu! The Denny’s senior discount menu is for seniors 55 years or older and designed for those who love to taste a variety of foods. Bacon and eggs, toast, pancakes, sandwiches, sausages, fish, chicken, waffles, the Denny’s senior menu has a wide range of dishes for every taste bud.

Denny’s have uploaded the Denny’s senior discount menu on their website, and you can see pictures and read more about the various meals that they offer. Take a look at it, and if you want a meal in the middle of the night and you live near Denny’s, you can always stop by and order from their senior menu!



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