Starting a Denny’s franchise is a great idea, since the more than six-decade-old company has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the fast food industry. That Denny is growing at a steady pace over the years, catering particularly to the late night dining requirements of Americans, has made many candidates to seek franchise that promises to pay rich dividends. However, the franchisee’s profits depends on several factors, including the location of the store , the total investment made, and the efforts initiated to boost the sales. Located in 7 countries, Denny expects its potential franchisees to have a minimum net worth of $1 million, of which $350,000 must be in liquid assets. The average Denny’s franchise income is $85,000 per year.