Manhattan's First Denny's Features a $300 Grand Slam

The residents of New York City have been waiting with bated breath to get their very own Denny's and now their long, solemn wait is over. The Financial District now houses a franchise of the mostly-edible diner chain, with a few fancy, NYC twists.

The decor of this Manhattan Denny's takes a cue from its neighbors, eschewing the traditional color scheme for that workers-stopped-in-the-middle-of-building-it steampunk look that is de rigueur these days. There is also a fully-stocked bar and pricier menu options. Speaking of pricier menu options. you can also get yourself a $300 iteration of their famous Grand Slam breakfast, which comes with two entrees, a bottle of 2003 Dom Perignon and, of course, a high five from the bartender (really.)

So, if you ever find yourself in the Big Apple and want to avoid the city's thousands of unique food options, hit up this Denny's!

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