First time here on a recent afternoon, it’s in a strip mall tucked in just south of State Road 70 and west of I-75 so can’t see from road.
Sit anywhere you like I was told, so sat by wall near the overhead TV. Few people there as near three o’clock closing time. Good lunch salads and sandwiches menu, so picked the turkey BLT plus coleslaw and lemonade.
Excellent server refilled my lemonade glass, and when done brought the bill within a folder. Paid with credit card and she brought back receipt to table for me to sign.
They have counter seating as you enter, then several tables in the middle and booths along the walls. Décor was understated darker colors with an upscale flair, inviting. Will be back.
This Denny’s is within a hotel so was a bit confused as to which door it was. Finally noticed a small sign over a door. As usual at any Denny’s I received a warm and friendly greeting.
Their Everyday Slam is really breakfast even if they serve it all day, a terrific value for four dollars. You get eggs done your way plus your choice of either bacon or sausage with the Everyday Slam, plus two big pancakes that fill you well.
First time here on this cold morning. Drive-through was packed, with a staffer taking orders outside. Ordered their Chicken Egg-McMuffin combo at $5.89, over six bucks including tax.
Bigger than the Mickie D Egg McMuffin, plus hash browns and small decaf. The burrito and chicken biscuit combos cost less. Their round hash browns are identical to Burger King’s, but they are delivered in a decorated cardboard box, unique. You are given a table marker and food is brought to your table, like Mickie D is now doing.
The dining room and rest room interior is stylish, definitely a step up from the burger wars.
In front of both Home Depot and Walmart, prime real estate on busy Brandon Boulevard.