Inside Denny's Crazy 'Diner Of The Future'

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Denny’s is opening a massive flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, and it’s turning out to be one of the craziest diner spots in the world.The restaurant is hefty 6,400 square feet and is located in downtown Vegas’ Fremont St.

Denny’s has dubbed it the “Diner of the Future,” and it has all sorts of features that you won’t find at a regular Denny’s spot.

And, being located where it is, the diner has the prerequisite amount of over-the-top flair with a bright neon yellow web covering the exterior.

Everything is set to go at the diner except for one thing — the wedding chapel. Yes, it’s going to have a wedding chapel. Denny’s wants to get that section up and running by Valentine’s Day, according to Eater.

Welcome to the ridiculously bright Denny's flagship in Vegas. It's very yellow.

The place is huge, coming in at 6,400 square feet and ranking in the world's top 10 biggest Denny's.

The diner has a full bar — something only a few Denny's feature.

The menu offers Grand Slams and all the other usual fare, but mixes in some Vegas-targeted items like an Elvis shake.

Of course, it will be open 24 hours a day. There are a total of 28 Denny's locations in Vegas.

Unfortunately, if you're a couple that wants to get hitched in the Vegas Denny's, you're going to have to wait until the chapel opens around Valentine's Day.

It has a photobooth, with Vegas-themed props and social media integration.

There's Denny's branded merchandise all over.

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