Denny's Corporation, one of the world's largest full-service family dining chains, announced the opening of its first restaurant in Guatemala located on Liberacion Blvd. near the airport. The new restaurant is owned and operated by Honduras-based franchisee, Comidas Especializadas S.
Although 220 Denny’s restaurants were impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and Maria in Texas, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Puerto Rico, the chain still posted positive sales gains for the third quarter.
To celebrate America’s veterans this year, Denny’s invites active, inactive and military personnel into its booths on November 10 to enjoy a free Build Your Own Grand Slam as a thank you for their service and dedication to the nation.
Denny's Corporation, one of the world's largest full-service family dining chains, announced its expansion into Europe through a franchise agreement with Denny’s Magic Diners U.K., led by seasoned franchise executive Leon Esfahani.
On August 21 people across the entire U.S. will be treated to a truly phenomenal event—Denny’s $4 All You Can Eat “Mooncakes.” Inspired by the upcoming solar eclipse, Denny’s is celebrating this once-in-a-lifetime event with delicious, moon-shaped Buttermilk Pancakes.
Following a first quarter of lower than expected same-store sales, Denny’s bounced back with the launch of its off-premise dining platforms.Same-store sales rose 2.6 percent in the second quarter, while the brand’s revenue grew 7.
Denny’s Corporation today announced the appointment of Michael Furlow as senior vice president of information technology and chief information officer (CIO). Mr. Furlow is a seasoned restaurant executive with more than 30 years of restaurant and technology experience at several restaurant brands, including most recently as CIO at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.
The word volatile or volatility came up seven times during Denny’s first-quarter earnings call on Tuesday. As John Miller, president and chief executive officer said, the descriptor is an apt way to sum up the entire restaurant industry right now, as well as the challenging climate the brand faces as it looks to revitalizes one of America’s classic chains.
Denny’s is inviting America to a delicious extravaganza with its new limited time “Big Burger Show” menu. Beginning Wednesday, guests may choose from a mouthwatering lineup of high-quality craft burgers, each hand-pressed and made-to-order with 100 percent beef and premium ingredients such as thick-cut Honey Jalapeño Bacon, sweet bourbon sauce and Gouda cheese, starting at just $6.
Denny’s Corporation, franchisor and operator of one of America's largest franchised full-service restaurant chains, reported results for its fourth quarter and full year ended December 28, 2016.Full Year 2016 HighlightsDomestic system-wide same-store sales increased 0.
As part of its commitment to feeding the communities in which it serves, Denny’s will donate $1 million to No Kid Hungry to end childhood hunger in the U.S. This year’s donation will help provide 10 million meals to children in need across the country, marking this the largest contribution made by Denny’s in the company’s six-year partnership with No Kid Hungry.
Denny’s is kicking off the New Year with limited-time offerings delivering more value and variety than ever before, featuring high-quality flavors in a variety of delicious dishes sure to satisfy diner cravings.
Denny’s Corporation, franchisor and operator of one of America's largest franchised full-service restaurant chains, reported preliminary results for domestic same-store sales and restaurant openings and closings for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 28.
On Christmas Day, Denny's booths will once again welcome family and friends looking to share a delicious meal that delivers an affordable, stress-free way to celebrate the special holiday. Each year, hungry diners turn to Denny's to take a break from the kitchen and spend quality time with their loved ones.
Much of 2016 for the restaurant sector has been categorized by declining sales and traffic. For chain restaurants—and particularly the casual dining segment—the effect has been most pronounced, with brands shuttering stores and laying off employees as sales continue to drop.