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Denny’s pops the cork on its first Manhattan diner

– Denny’s is popping the cork on its first Manhattan location.

The Daily News reports the diner chain’s Financial District debut is serving up a special combo putting a pricy bottle of Dom Perignon alongside its down home Grand Slam breakfast.

The newspaper reports the $300 souped-up Slam is one of several unique touches on the menu at the Big Apple Denny’s opening Friday.

There are also $11 cocktails alongside hash browns, bacon and pancakes.

Denny’s takes Manhattan after years of planning and a legal fight.

Residents of the 24-floor Nassau Street building where the diner has set up shop sued last year to block the move.

A judge rejected their claims that the 1,700-location chain is a haven for violence, disorder and “alcohol-drenched patrons.”

Bottoms, and biscuits, up.

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Information from: Daily News.

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