Las Vegas is home to some wacky weddings, everything from Elvis themed weddings to a mobile wedding van is offered in sin city. Now, at America's diner, Denny's, moons over my hammie lovers can say their I dos.
Denny's in Las Vegas is adding a bar and chapel in its restaurant best known for cheap piles of pancakes and bacon. Now a long with your Grand Slam you can get married 24 hours a day. CEO John Miller said to CBS News that it was the "perfect venue" because the restaurant operates 24 hours a day.
The new restaurant which will open later this year will be a 6,400-square foot space with an interactive photo booth, Vegas props, and a menu that includes wedding pacakages.
The restaurant will issue marriage certificates and alcohol. Two things that often go hand in hand in Vegas. Though there hasn't been any word on how much these packages are going for, it's likely that they are going to be cheap, considering the prices of their budget food options.
The restaurant's bar will be called Krave and located upstairs, while the wedding chapel will be in the center of the lower restaurant making it a centerpiece for diners to watch. Miller added to CBS News, "The wedding scene is such a part of Vegas and who doesn't want a wedding cake made out of pancakes?"
There are two other Denny's at the Las Vegas strip but the new flagship will be the only one with a bar and wedding chapel.