The all-American breakfast chain restaurant Denny’s is getting ready to expand significantly within the Phoenix Metro area.
Stine Enterprises, Inc., a 14-store Denny’s operator in Phoenix, is getting ready to open new locations in Laveen, Goodyear, and, eventually, Buckeye. A representative from the company tells What Now Phoenix the Laveen location will open next month, while the Goodyear site will open in October 2023. Finally, Stine Enterprises will expand the company into Buckeye sometime in 2024. The franchise operator has been with Denny’s since 2018 and has developed three locations while purchasing another eleven from Denny’s and another franchisee.
There are currently 82 Denny’s locations in Arizona, with one already in Buckeye and Goodyear. When these new locations open, customers can expect a classic American diner with some traditional breakfast and lunch options. Of course, the brand takes pride in its grand slam options, which usually include breakfast essentials, such as pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, and hash browns. Denny’s recently participated in its 12th annual fundraiser in partnership with No Kid Hungry, raising more than $1.2 million through two and a half months.
“As a company that loves to feed people, we can’t imagine not doing our part to help hungry kids in America,” Denny’s President John Dillon said in a press release. “We know that when children get the nutrition they need, they will grow and flourish. I want to thank all our Denny’s team members, restaurants, franchisees, and guests for their ongoing passion and commitment over the years to helping end childhood hunger in America. We are truly making a difference.”