Denny’s Makes Mealtime Fun for the Entire Family
Have you visited Denny’s with your family lately? If not, you’ll want to head on over and check out their new kid’s menu inspired by when we recently headed in with our “Party of 10,” we had a great experience. That’s right, we had a “Party of 10,” including 6 kids, my future in-laws, and Frank and I. We were seated very quickly and all the kids were given a kid’s menu and some crayons.
You can take a walk on the wild with Denny’s New Kids “Adventure Menu.” Denny’s new Kids “Adventure Menu” includes a delicious selection of customizable dishes and National Geographic Kids content. The menu features a variety of quirky animal facts, quizzes and fun fill-in stories, offering young adventures plenty of exciting ways to keep entertained at family mealtime.
“As America’s Diner, we understand the importance of bringing families together and providing plenty of options to ensure time spent around the table is both fun and delicious for all members,” said John Dillon, @DillonJohnW, Vice President of Marketing for Denny’s “We’re thrilled to work with National Geographic Kids on our new “Adventure Menu” to offer interactive ways to keep the whole family entertained, encouraging quality time together whatever the occasion.”
The kids menu features popular National Geographic Kids “Weird but True” facts, puzzles and “Bet You Didn’t Know” questions. The new “Adventure Menu” encourages both parents and kids to learn together at mealtimes, with exciting new activities to be added throughout the year. Our kids especially loved the Funny Fill-In and took turns asking questions from our family members around the table so they could fill it in. The result was a cute and funny story they were each excited to share with the table.
Our kids loved looking through the menu and seeing the variety of meal options (starting at $3.29 each) and including the Build Your Own Jr. Grand Slam and Chocolate Chip Pancakes. We loved the variety and the price! They also loved that they could fill in the bubbles and then read off their orders to the server. That’s a pretty clever way to keep the kids busy and get them excited about their meals!
Have you visited Denny’s lately and checked out their kids menu? What would your kids order?
This is a sponsored post as part of the Denny’s Ambassador Program.
All opinions are mine.
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