If you don't mind waiting a while for you table, which can take up to 30 minutes, then this is a great place to get a cheap breakfast - all day!
Chances are that you are going to wait for your table longer than it will take to order, eat and pay for your breakfast, or whatever meal you are eating here.
The seating is maximized for the most customers. You may end up sitting shoulder to shoulder with strangers.
The waiters/waitresses are friendly and quick to get your meal out to you.
If you're looking for a good breakfast with fast service, this is the place for you.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish is the All American Scramble.
Dennys is good for a big fry up if you need lots of carbs to keep yourself up and active in Vegas. It's open all hours so no pressure on the clock - unless you've got show tickets that is. Prices, menu and service are the same as every Dennys. The difference with this one is the building - very fancy and lit up in purple and pink at night.
Monday, September 28, 2009
Hans and I love DENNY'S as it has a great Sernior Menu (55 plus). It's a little less food than the regular menu at a little less price, but always plenty for us. Their garden salad is HUGE, with tomatoes, sweet red onion, cucumbers, croutons and all with your favourite dressing. Hans and I both ordered the Senior Grilled Chicken Breast ($8.49) which comes with your choice of sides. We both had mashed potatoes and an order of Onion Rings, which were both delicious. It's all usually more than we can eat.
Denny's is always an inexpensive alternative to fancy food. Always good. Most always clean and quick. I noticed last year Denny's was one of the movers and shakers on the stock market. They seem to want to keep it that way.
Favorite Dish: I was pleased to find that Denny's came out with some new "scrambles"... This is how I cook at home. All in one pan.
Dining in Las Vegas is exciting and tasty, but sometimes you just need some cheap food. With the days of the $5.99 buffet quickly disappearing as the dust settles on the “new and improved” Strip, Denny’s still offers an alternative to the expensive 4 star restaurants popping up in most of the major hotels. Yes, the service is unpredictable and the food can be inconsistent, but if you’re on a tight budget and looking for a greasy meal to soak up all that alcohol you consumed the night before run (or stumble as the case may be) on over to the Casino Royale and dine at the Denny. It’s right across the street from Treasure Island and next to The Venetian in the center of the Strip.
Denny's on the Strip...
a few doors away from Harrah's
Favorite Dish: The $5.99 Grand-Slam Breakfast... for $2.99, was advertised special on TV that morning before we went.
When we got to the door, posted was a sign that said they did not honor that special.
They did not have to. The manager I talked to said that Denny's (on the Las Vegas Strip) pulls in about $100,000. per day... more than any other in the USA.