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(New York Daily News)   Denny's introduces their new $300 champagne breakfast. Waffle House immediately counters with scrambled eggs on a paper plate, with a bottle of Ripple   (nydailynews.com) divider line 25
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2014-08-30 08:42:26 AM  
Even at a liquor store, this particular Perignon can cost $240


"Can" being the operative word here.

/That's a nice price sticker gun. It would be a shame if you were delusional
 
2014-08-30 08:44:15 AM  
www.sitcomsonline.com

It's really ginger ale and Ripple. I call it Champipple.
 
2014-08-30 08:54:50 AM  
Let them eat pancake?
 
2014-08-30 09:20:43 AM  
I'll go with the Waffle House one.
 
2014-08-30 11:02:40 AM  
Nassau St. is a huge armpit.
 
2014-08-30 11:31:35 AM  
Hah: "If I'm taking a lady out, sure I'd spend the money," says neighborhood resident Joseph Johnson.

I'm pretty sure I would be horrified if I went on a date with someone, and they not only took me to Denny's, but spent $300 on it.

Bad taste and no understanding of their money's value. You can eat at phenomenal restaurants in NYC for far less.
 
2014-08-30 11:35:10 AM  
I would love to see pictures of what kind of people pay $300 for breakfast at Denny's. In fact, it should probably have its own website.
 
2014-08-30 12:19:16 PM  
Came for Fred Sanford, leaving happy.
 
2014-08-30 12:19:21 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: I would love to see pictures of what kind of people pay $300 for breakfast at Denny's. In fact, it should probably have its own website.


Did you see the Denny's in TFA? I'd eat there (but not the Dom Slam).
 
2014-08-30 12:42:33 PM  
Anything at Waffle House beats anything at Denny's. Denny's is the worst.
 
2014-08-30 12:54:34 PM  

BalugaJoe: Nassau St. is a huge armpit.


You mean besides being a six block stretch of downtown Manhattan?

Yeah, it really is gigantic and I totally don't feel safe there.
 
2014-08-30 01:10:58 PM  
 
2014-08-30 05:02:26 PM  
I first read that as "Disney" and "White House"
 
2014-08-30 05:28:29 PM  
What's next Cracker Barrel offering caviar as a side option?
 
2014-08-30 05:47:21 PM  
So spending $300 to drink in the morning is okay if you're rich, but if I spend $5 to drink popov in the morning I'm an alcoholic?
 
2014-08-30 07:04:49 PM  
"Excuse me, waiter? Why does my champagne taste like runoff from a hobo camp's communal ball wash?"
 
2014-08-30 07:22:13 PM  

Mugato: I'll go with the Waffle House one.


Same here.

serpent_sky: Hah: "If I'm taking a lady out, sure I'd spend the money," says neighborhood resident Joseph Johnson.

I'm pretty sure I would be horrified if I went on a date with someone, and they not only took me to Denny's, but spent $300 on it.


Absolutely.


Bad taste and no understanding of their money's value. You can eat at phenomenal restaurants in NYC for far less.

But they're in NYC. Home of 6' rats.
 
2014-08-30 07:56:29 PM  
I wonder if those classy people who show up at 2AM will order that .
 
2014-08-30 08:08:33 PM  
This is why I never take people seriously when they say the FiDi is the next big thing. The FiDi is not so slowly being over-run by the south street sea port - it's the new Times Square for obese midwestern tourists.
 
2014-08-30 10:23:11 PM  

Lusiphur: This is why I never take people seriously when they say the FiDi is the next big thing. The FiDi is not so slowly being over-run by the south street sea port - it's the new Times Square for obese midwestern tourists.


Oh bless your heart.
 
2014-08-30 10:47:40 PM  

happydude45: Anything at Waffle House beats anything at Denny's. Denny's is the worst.


The Denny's I knew back in PA were always pretty good places to eat. Down here in the VA D.C. suburbs, the Denny's have generally been atrocious.

One time, I got a Denny's burger with a green moldy bun. The waitress tried to tell me the mold was sesame seeds. Last time I ate at a Denny's for decades.

Then I heard the local chain was under new management, so I tried them again. Glad I did - different as night and day. Place is clean, food is better than 'good', and the service is competent and cheerful.

Plus, their new 'Hearty Breakfast Sausage' is The. Best. Sausage. I have ever gotten at a chain restaurant.

Like most chains, there is wide variations. Any given chain can be aces in one area, and complete crap in another area.
 
2014-08-31 02:50:08 AM  
I would rather eat at Elmer's.
 
2014-08-31 06:06:18 AM  
It's New York. Let the fools spend their money. It's not like the folk who would order this aren't either ironic or picking up their check on the first Friday of the month.
 
2014-08-31 09:05:32 AM  

serpent_sky: Hah: "If I'm taking a lady out, sure I'd spend the money," says neighborhood resident Joseph Johnson.

I'm pretty sure I would be horrified if I went on a date with someone, and they not only took me to Denny's, but spent $300 on it.

Bad taste and no understanding of their money's value. You can eat at phenomenal restaurants in NYC for far less.


Actually, I'd disagree. Getting a bottle of dp with your meal in a mid to top restaurant would run you a lot more than that. It actually shows a decent understanding of the value of their money.

Not taste, mind you. I completely agree with you on that.
 
2014-08-31 10:27:37 AM  
And the lady will have the Moon Over My Hammy
 
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