With the time change last weekend it seems like the family is still adjusting. It is so weird to wake up with the sunlight streaming in the window and driving home in the dark. While most people don’t prefer this time change I kinda like it. The sunlight helps get me moving and wake up just a little sooner in the morning and the dark at night finds me preparing for bed earlier making me feel like I have a little more free time. However despite the time change one thing hasn’t changed and that is dinner.
After a long week of work Friday has become our let’s not cook and go out day. Often we spend an hour trying to figure out where to go. While it is nice to go out to eat and not worry about the dishes afterward, it is also important to still eat something made with quality food, which means skipping the fast food and looking for a nice sit down restaurant. Denny’s is affordable dining for a family of five but their food is made with fresh ingredients.
Denny’s Wild-caught Alaska Salmon
You may be surprised to find that this is wild, natural and sustainable, and can be ordered as a Fit Fare® item with steamed vegetables. Not only is this dish made with fresh ingredients it is a healthier option for anyone that still wants to eat well even when dining out. Also if the dish you choose comes with fruit you can be assured that the fruit is fresh and seasonally selected.
Our seasonal fruit sides are completely fresh fruit, rotating seasonal options based on the time of year. Nothing from a can!
Denny’s Classic Burger
Sometimes you just have a hankerin’ for a good ole’ burger. Not to fear Denny’s $6 Classic Burger is still a great choice. All burgers use high-quality, 100% beef patties (at a 6 ½ ounce measurement). If you are more of a veggie patty type of person you will find Veggie burgers are Amy’s® organic grain patties.
This is just some of the great dishes made with fresh ingredients you will find at Denny’s. The hardest thing to do when eating at Denny’s is trying to decide which of the many meals is the perfect one for you. I have to admit I usually lean towards the breakfast for dinner option when enjoying a family dinner at Denny’s.