Denny’s Comes to Yorba Linda

There is a new Dennys in Yorba Linda!

Anjeli Webb

There is a new Denny’s in Yorba Linda!

Anjeli Webb, Editor

Nothing compares to the comfort people feel as they step inside a Denny’s; the warm welcome from dedicated staff, the nostalgic retro interior, and most importantly the anticipation of freshly made comfort food, combine to create the quintessential restaurant chain.

Whether it is during a study session at three in the morning, or an early dinner with friends, people from around the globe have relied on the iconic American diner Denny’s to provide a delicious safe haven.

Lucky for Yorba Lindians, the cerise and canary restaurant has moved to the Land of Gracious Living!

The hallmark of a thriving community is when it unites all of its members to promote its successes, something that Yorba Linda exemplifies daily.

Last Thursday, the Yorba Linda Chamber of Commerce (YLCC) hosted a ribbon cutting for the new Denny’s in Yorba Linda. The spectacular event welcomed an eager crowd to see speeches from public figures and enjoy the new diner.

YLCC members and local government officials joined the festivities, along with the family of the owners and franchisees David and Sam Faldu. 

The inside of the Denny’s is adorned with many decorations exclusive to Yorba Linda, including an eponymous light fixture. Also, there is a beautiful mural adorning the wall on the left side of the building that depicts a horseback rider on the picturesque Yorba Linda equestrian trails.

Also present to greet the town was Yorba Linda High School’s very own Jazz Band! Established in 2009, the band has performed at venues around the country, even in Hawaii and Nevada.

The generous owners of the new eatery gifted the music program with a kind donation commemorating the strengthening of community relations.

Band Director Mr. Bincins Garcia (Staff) accepted the $500 donation on behalf of the YLHS Band and Guard.

It was so much fun to play for our community. The donation was greatly needed and so appreciated especially by the Band and the arts.

— Madisen Miller

Madisen Miller (9) was one of the first Jazz Band students to arrive at the new establishment. Miller was elated to be able to showcase her musical talent at the ribbon cutting. She said “it was so much fun to play for our community. The donation was greatly needed and so appreciated especially by the Band and the arts.” Especially as an involved member of YLHS’ arts programs, she thanks the community “for allowing us to give back to what they have given us!”

All in all, this event was a fantastic way for the community to come together (and enjoy fresh strawberry banana smoothies and strawberry pancake puppies!)

Visit the new Denny’s at 17568 Yorba Linda Blvd. Yorba Linda, CA 92886