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Denny’s New Spring Menu Includes Sticky Bun French Toast, Blueberry Cheesecake Milkshake, and Baja Quesadilla Burger

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The neat thing about Denny’s is it’s super-reliable. You can walk in to any location anywhere at any time and order any manner of pancake, burger, Grand Slam, or what have you. You could go weeks or months without visiting, but it’ll always ready to give exactly what you need. Denny’s is basically your favorite grandparent. In case you do ever feel like changing it up, though (like you decide to grab Denny’s for lunch instead of the typical 2 a.m. munch session), you’ll be pleased to know Ol’ Reliable is still down to learn a couple new tricks.

By “tricks” we mean Denny’s “Monthly Features,” or the closest thing Denny’s may get to a seasonally-driven menu. We stopped by our local location in Santa Ana, Calif. to try out the latest spring-inspired April menu, which includes such nifty offerings as Sticky Bun French Toasts, Avocado BLTs, and Peanut Butter Cup Pancakes

Enjoy our diner-chain-based food porn below:

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One of the pre-set items on the Build Your Own French Toast menu. Fluffy toast drizzled in cream cheese, cinnamon sauce, and glazed pecans.

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A beef patty sandwiched with shredded cheddar cheese, pico de gallo, lettuce, and chipotle sauce in a grilled flour tortilla.

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Four strips of bacon plus lettuce plus tomato and avocado on toasted sourdough.

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Liquid crack in a cup, featuring blended blueberries, cream cheese, and vanilla ice cream.

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Fluffy buttermilk pancakes drowning in chocolate and peanut butter sauce. Surprisingly, not too rich, but just Reeses-like enough.

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Avocado-topped chorizo with roasted bell peppers, seasoned potatoes, mushrooms, and onions.

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Re-dubbed from the original Hobbit Hole menu, the Eggs in a Basket is back on the Denny’s menu still as cheesy, eggy and soft as ever.

Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

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