Downtown Denny’s in Vegas now serving weddings

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Eggs over easy? Yep.

Moons Over My Hammy? Why of course!

A lifetime of wedded bliss? You betcha’.

At Denny’s  in downtown Las Vegas, there really isn’t much that’s off the table — the 64,000-square-foot diner on Fremont Street is now serving sizzling wedding ceremonies 24 hours a day.

Steve Keller and Nancy Levandowski -- Just Married!

Packages start at $95, and include use of the wedding chapel, Denny’s T-shirts, a Pancake Puppies wedding cake, a bottle of Champagne and a 20 percent food discount for the wedding party.

Nancy Levandowski and Steve Keller became the first couple to wed in the Denny’s chapel on April 3, 2013. The Iowa residents were chosen from a pool of applicants to exchange their vows among  friends, family, tons of media and curious diner customers.

The chapel was decked out with red rose petals and elegant white calla lily flower arrangements, while the flowers in bride’s wedding bouquet matched the yellow and red Denny’s logo.

Levandowski said at first her friends giggled a bit at the idea of a Denny’s wedding, but they soon agreed that “America’s Diner” was the perfect destination for the happy couple.

“We’re both in the restaurant industry so they all agreed it totally makes sense,” said the blushing bride, adding that she and her new husband plan to celebrate their one-year anniversary in Clear Lake, Iowa, which is closer to home than Vegas … and also has a Denny’s.


Aleza Freeman

Yes, I’m from Las Vegas. But I’d like to clarify a few things: I don’t live in a hotel and I’m not a showgirl. I put my pasties on one nipple at a time, just like everyone else. I’m a regular girl who plunges off the side of ridiculously tall Las Vegas landmarks and writes about it for a living. I also ride roller coasters, hang at the spa, shoot holes in zombies and take art lessons from bottlenose dolphins. You know, normal stuff. My career as a journalist and copywriter has led me out of Vegas and around the world, but the 24/7 normality of Las Vegas sucks me back in every time. Am I oblivious to the plethora of slot machines everywhere I go? Sure. But that’s because I’m distracted by all the pretty lights. Follow me on Google+ and Twitter.

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