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Denny's in Englewood reopens today with free meals, local look

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Night-owl residents of south Denver are celebrating the return of one of the few 24/7 options in the area. At 9 a.m. today, the Denny's at 275 West Hampden Avenue in Englewood is holding a grand reopening celebration after a major remodeling job, and to kick off the festivities, the restaurant will offer the first 100 diners through the doors a free original Grand Slam (two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips and two sausage links). And that's not all...

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The first 25 diners who show up at noon for lunch will get a free Classic Burger & Fries, and the first 25 dinner guests who arrive at 6 p.m. will get a free entree. And hundreds of additional prizes will be given away during the day-long celebration.

"Today's grand re-opening is not only an exciting day for the residents of Englewood, but for all of us at Denny's as well," says Ali Khodabakhsh, Denny's franchisee. "We've been a key part of this community for more than twenty years, and we couldn't think of a better way to mark this occasion than with a Grand Slam of a celebration."

This Denny's also promises a "reinvigorated menu with a renewed focus on classic diner favorites" and "all-new, locally-inspired design."

Cafe Society's photographer will on-hand to document that new design. What will a Denver-inspired Denny's look like?

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