Published Aug. 15, 2012
Spartanburg-based Denny’s Corp. said its next Las Vegas diner will feature a full bar and wedding chapel so guests can exchange vows over a meal.
The new restaurant is set to open in the fourth quarter at Neonopolis, a three-story shopping center in downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street. It will offer a variety of wedding packages along with wedding cakes made of Denny’s pancakes.
This will Denny’s third restaurant in Las Vegas.
"Denny's is 'always open' — 24 hours a day, every day of the year — and there is no question that Las Vegas operates on the same schedule, so this city was a natural fit for a world-class Denny's," said Denny’s CEO John Miller, in a news release. "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 and the future of Las Vegas. This location will embody the Denny's of the future, so Neonopolis was a logical location for us."
The Denny’s chain includes more than 1,680 restaurants.