The diner chain has made its way to New York City and is offering patrons a bevy of classy beverages

When you think of Denny's, the images that typically come to mind are of big breakfast plates, families sharing a meal and a very typical 1970's Americana aesthetic and decor. If you were to visit one of the hundreds of Denny's restaurants in the United States, that's exactly what you would find. If you enter one of their newest locations, located in New York City, you'd be faced with a very different image all together.

The first Denny's in Manhattan is not like any other in their chain of restaurants. A converted Taco Bell that sits just a block away from the Brooklyn Bridge, this Denny's has a particularly sophisticated and is one of two of this chain of restaurants to serve cocktails (the other being one located in Las Vegas).

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