Wednesday, 22 August 2012 23:15
The US$10 million project plan to open 10 locations across the country.
U.S.-based restaurant chain Denny’s is coming to Chile next year, following Tuesday’s agreement between the chain and the Musiet Group, a family-operated company that also owns domestic airline company PAL Airlines. Chile will be the first
South American country to offer Denny’s diner-styled breakfast 24 hours a day.
“Our idea is to replicate the Denny’s model 100 percent and differentiate ourselves from other restaurants by offering the best breakfasts, as well as offering 24-hour service,” Musiet Group President Carlos Musiet told the press
Musiet Group said it intends to open 10
Denny’s locations across Chile. The decade-long project would open its first franchise in 2013. The Musiet Group aims to open one Denny’s restaurant per year. The first and most of the subsequent locations will be in Santiago, according to Rolando Musiet, director of Denny’s Chile and son of Carlos Musiet.
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