Denny’s is deploying its Mobile Relief Diner to Orlando to serve affected residents and the larger community impacted by Hurricane Ian.
On Monday and Tuesday next week, October 10th and 11th, hot meals will be served to Florida residents from 8am – 2pm at Lake Lorna Doone Park on Rio Grande Ave. (between W. Central Blvd. and W. Church Street) from the Denny’s Mobile Relief Diner.
The 53-foot mobile diner which has been traveling across the United States since 2017 to serve free, fresh breakfasts to those impacted by natural disasters, will provide a hot and comforting meal consisting of two pancakes, two sausage links, hot coffee and cold water those in need here in Central Florida.
The brand’s purpose of loving to feed people led to the creation of the Denny’s Mobile Relief Diner, a fully functional diner on wheels that travels anywhere in the U.S. during natural disasters. With each deployment, the Mobile Relief Diner works closely with local officials, disaster relief organizations, and local franchisees and store operators to identify the areas and groups most in need.
Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill is expected to be on site to support the effort. Denny’s partnered with Commissioner Hill and ONYX Magazine to bring this to Orlando-area residents who have been impacted by the storm.
Denny’s Mobile Relief Diner Orlando information:
Monday, October 10th – Tuesday, October 11th
8:00am – 2:00pm daily
Lake Lorna Doone Park
Rio Grande Ave. (between W. Central Blvd. and W. Church Street)