Denny's or IHOP?
I'm leaning Denny's because they send me coupons more often.
I do like the coupons and value of denny's inexpensive breakfast. However, I feel that the food and service are better at IHOP.
Haven't set foot in either in about 20 years, so I guess it's neither.
Do you prefer Waffle House? I absolutely love waffle house. Brings me back to my childhood. My dad loved to take us there. It's pretty cheap too.
Nope. I've never been to a Waffle House. I like little local dives.
IHOP! It's a big hit with my family and my children even pick IHOP for their birthday go-to place! Yummy
Denny's %100, all the way, for the win. Every time I eat at IHOP I experience gastrointestinal discomfort. And while I'll agree with Melinda, that the service at IHOP does generally seem to be better, there are a *lot* more options that I absolutely love on Denny's menu... Moons over My Hammy and their Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, for example.
IHOP I like the senior priced menu and the under 500 calorie menu.
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