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Denny’s

  1. Denny’s Is Remixing Atari Games Into Breakfast-Themed Slices of Weirdness

    DON'T. QUESTION. DENNY'S.

    Today in "What is this? Why is this?": Denny's, that bastion of fine American cuisine, has teamed up with Atari to provide the teeming masses with some free mobile games. Their titles: Centipup, Take-Out, and Hashteroids. I think I'm in love. And also hungry. But not for Denny's. Ew. IHOP all the way.

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  2. Denny’s Hobbit Menu Is Back to Bring Desolation to Your Stomach

    om nom nom

    Not pictured: Sweet Potato Pecan Pancakes, because honey cake French Toast wasn't bad enough already. Don't ask me what I mean by "bad" in this instance. I might mean "good." I haven't decided yet.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: John Barrowman On an Adult Big Wheel

    Things We Saw Today

    Yes, they make adult big wheels. (Fashionably Geek)

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  4. How To Throw A Dinner Party – The Hobbit Way [VIDEO]

    There And Back Again

    A little while ago, we informed you of the deal made between Warner Bros., the movie studio bringing us The Hobbit trilogy, and Denny's. Well this new featurette was sponsored by the restaurant chain and focuses on, appropriately enough, food. More specifically, the dinner party between Bilbo and the dwarves. Why is this such a big deal? Guys, someone on production had the title of "Food Stylist." Food is srs bsns to hobbits. Warning: this video is best watched on a full stomach. (via Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Denny’s Creates Middle Earth Menu for The Hobbit

    Not all that glitters is gold

    Yup. It's a real thing, and apparently those are real-life Lord of the Rings fans. Denny's tie-in menu includes 'Hobbit Hole Breakfast,’ ‘Shire Sausage,’ and ‘Seed Cake French Toast.' And with them being open 24-hours a day, it can be Second Breakfast, Elevenses, Supper, and Dinner whenever you want it to be. I am in favor. Or I'm really hungry.

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  6. Negotiations for the $1.65 Billion YouTube Acquisition Took Place at Denny's

    In an interview at TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing, YouTube cofounder Steven Chen revealed that the acquisition of YouTube, which ended up costing a total of $1.65 billion, took place at a Denny's in Palo Alto. Chen met with executives from Google and Yahoo, and they chose the meeting place because they felt Denny's was a place that none of them would ever go normally. Obviously, Denny's didn't have the Fried Cheese Melt at the time, or else the kind-of-diner establishment would've been the only place anyone would ever hold business meetings.

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  7. Denny's Introduces the Fried Cheese Melt, a Grilled Cheese With Mozzarella Sticks Inside

    Restaurant chain Denny's is updating their $2, $4, $6, and $8 value menu items, and along with that comes the Fried Cheese Melt. For only $4, a lucky Denny's customer can eat a sandwich that contains four fried mozzarella sticks and melted American cheese stuffed between two slices of sourdough bread, served with french fries and a side of marina sauce. I am very unhappy at the moment because I will not be one of those lucky customers, as the closest Denny's to me seems to be around an hour and a half away.

    The Fried Cheese Melt, along with the other new items that aren't nearly as important as the Fried Cheese Melt, debuted about a week ago, so anyone who lives somewhere normal can go drive the five minutes to their closest Denny's and tell me how awesome living near a Denny's just became.

    (The Consumerist via The Daily What)

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