Thirsty Thursdays - Denny's Oreo Milkshake Review WO...KBDProductionsTV
- Video description
- 4 years ago
- 15,073 views
- 326 likes
- 64 comments
I finally had the chance to try the Denny's Oreo Milkshake and it was awesome, I will definitely have another one someday soon.
YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/KBDProductionsTV
Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/@kendomik
FaceBook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/KBDProductionsTV/162219386763
Google+ - https://plus.google.com/113137194334536004205/posts
Instagram - http://instagram.com/kendomik
tumblr - http://kendomik.tumblr.com
Skype - kendomik
Music by Kevin MacLeod
Song: Slow Ska: ISRC: US-UAN-11-00838
Song: Peppy Pepe - ISRC: USUAN1100115
I have a Creative Commons License with Kevin MacLeod
and have the rights to use the music in this video.
Creative Commons License for Kevin MacLeod, Link...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Website - dennys.com
Denny's is a full-service pancake house/coffee shop/fast casual family restaurant chain. It operates over 1,600 restaurants in the United States (including Puerto Rico), Canada, El Salvador, Curaçao, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Honduras, Japan (transliterated as デニーズ Denīzu), Mexico, New Zealand, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
Denny's is known for always being open, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert around the clock. Unlike many other restaurant chains, Denny's does not close on holidays or nights, except where required by law. Many of their restaurants are located in proximity to freeway exits, bars and in service areas. Denny's started franchising in 1963, and most Denny's restaurants are now franchisee-owned.
Denny's corporate headquarters in downtown Spartanburg, South Carolina
Richard Jezak and Harold Butler founded Denny's (as Danny's Donuts) in Lakewood, California in 1953. Denny's expanded to twenty restaurants by 1959, when the chain was renamed Denny's to avoid confusion with another chain, "Doughnut Dan's". The business continued to grow and by 1981, there were over 1,000 restaurants in all 50 U.S. states. In 1977, Denny's introduced the still-popular Grand Slam breakfast. In 1994, Denny's became the largest corporate sponsor of Save the Children, a national charity. All but six Denny's closed for the first time ever on Christmas 1988; many of the restaurants were built without locks, and some had reportedly lost their keys.
Denny's main office was located in Irvine, California, until 1991. At that time, the office was moved to the Spartanburg, South Carolina, headquarters of the parent company Trans World Corporation (TW Corporation) that acquired Denny's in 1987. In 1992, private equity firm, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts acquired a 47% interest in TW Corporation, later known as The Flagstar Companies, and encouraged the company to sell non-core businesses. Eventually, Denny's operations dominated the parent company to such an extent that The Flagstar Companies changed its name again to Denny's Corporation. It now trades on the NASDAQ under the symbol DENN.
For much of its history, Denny's offered a free meal to anyone on his or her birthday. The offer included a limited number of meal options from a special birthday menu. The promotional ritual ceased in 1993; though occasionally individual franchises will continue the tradition.
A Halloween pancake at a Denny's restaurant in Tokyo
Some Denny's restaurants use the "Diner" concept, using modular buildings that resemble classic 1950s diners. In May 1997, the first Denny's Classic Diner was opened in Fort Myers, Florida. The Diner concept was created by Ron, Marcia, Marc, and Todd York, the principals of Denny's Franchisee SWFRI, Inc. Today there are about forty Denny's Diners in the United States. In addition, there are several diners that resemble the modular buildings but are actually stick construction.
- Related videos