Apparently, a Las Vegas Denny's has decided that there's just a bit too much class and grandeur involved in quickie Vegas weddings, electing to create a place where people can get hitched with a minimal amount of fuss—and, potentially, eat a Grand Slam mid-ceremony.
According to Reuters, this particular Denny's is said to be among the ten largest Denny's restaurants in the world, one of the few Denny's to offer a full bar and will offer a sandwich consisting of bacon, peanut butter and bananas between two pieces of french toast, called "the King Stack," in honor of Elvis—and which I'm challenging Lindy's on Fourth to improve upon right now.
But the main event for the 24-hour diner on Fremont Street is the wedding chapel, set to start hosting a number of hastily-conceived
bad ideas weddings early next year—including a celebrity wedding whose participants have yet to be announced.
While the building's architect, James Wines, hopes for a Kim Kardashian wedding ("because then you could have repeat performances," he said), I'm personally rooting for Justin Bieber to marry whoever the hell he happens to be dating at the time—hell, maybe there can be surprise Bieber-Kardashian nuptials and everyone can be happy.
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