Is Denny’s open Christmas Day 2019?

Denny's Turkey dinner for Thanksgiving, photo provided by Denny's
Denny's Turkey dinner for Thanksgiving, photo provided by Denny's /

Sometimes you just don’t want to cook for the holidays. Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Denny’s has you covered.

Are you looking for somewhere you can sit down for a meal on Christmas Day? If the answer is yes, have no fear, as Denny’s is here for you.

In fact, not only is Denny’s open for Christmas Day, according to Country Living, the chain is open 24/7 throughout all of the holiday season. And not only are they open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve, but they have even introduced a special holiday menu.

Thanks to Chew Boom, we have a break down of every new item added to the Denny’s 2019 holiday menu, including their classic Turkey & Dressing Dinner. And yes, everything sounds delicious and worthy of being on our Christmas Day menu.

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Not only can you enjoy a turkey dinner on Christmas Day, but there is also a Bourbon Chicken & Garlic Peppercorn Sirloin Dinner, an Apple Bourbon Crepe Breakfast, and a Garlic Peppercorn Sirloin & Premium Chicken Tenders Dinner. (Honestly, these dishes have us considering hitting up the closest Denny’s in order to celebrate the holidays.)

While the locations across the country might be open 24/7, we always recommend calling ahead just to confirm those hours. After all, anything can happen, especially at the holidays. However, Denny’s is known for being open all year-long, so we doubt they are going to change that now.

Even if you don’t want to try one of the new holiday menu items, there are still plenty of delicious dishes you can choose from that will satisfy those diner cravings. From breakfast to dinner, there is something for everyone this Christmas at Denny’s.

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