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Denny’s (also known as Denny’s Diner on some of the locations’ signage) is a table service diner-style restaurant chain. It operates over 1,600 restaurants in the United States (including Puerto Rico and Guam), Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Curaçao, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Japan (transliterated as デニーズ Denīzu), New Zealand, Qatar, Philippines and United Arab Emirates.
Originally opened as a coffee shop under the name Danny’s Donuts, Denny’s is now known for always being open and serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner around the clock. Denny’s does not close on holidays and nights, except where required by law. Many of the 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 was founded by Harold Butler and Richard Jezak, who opened Danny’s Donuts in Lakewood, California in 1953. In 1956, a year after Jezak’s departure from the then-6-store chain, Butler changed the concept, shifting it from a donut shop to a coffee shop with store #8. Danny’s Donuts was renamed Danny’s Coffee Shops and changed its operation to 24 hours. In 1959, to avoid confusion with Los Angeles restaurant chain Coffee Dan’s, Butler changed the name from Danny’s Coffee Shops to Denny’s Coffee Shops. In 1961, Denny’s Coffee Shops was renamed Denny’s. The business continued to expand, and by 1981, there were over 1,000 restaurants in all 50 U.S. states. The company absorbed many of the old Sambo’s restaurants and used their mid-century design in some of their restaurants. 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.