Edinburgh restaurant to offer free breakfast to customers in PJs to celebrate new menu

By Kris Gourlay

Frankie & Benny's are giving customers in Edinburgh the chance to enjoy free breakfast if they come dressed in pyjamas as they celebrate the launch of their new menu.

The popular Italian-American diner is offering free breakfast, worth up to £10, to all of those who show up in participating restaurants wearing their pjs in an unusual, but attractive offering.

The new breakfast menu includes items such as French Toast, a Breakfast Wrap, Beef Brisket Hash & Mixed Berry Pancakes.

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This offer will be for one week only, running from October 12-17, and includes the restaurant at Edinburgh's Fort Kinnaird park and Ocean Terminal.

The breakfast menu will be served until 12pm and also includes popular classics such as the 'Big One' fry up, eggs benedict, breakfast bap and the vegan fry up.

All customers have to do is turn up wearing their favourite night time attire and share a snap on social media to qualify for their free breakfast. No code or voucher will be required.

Frankie & Benny's have also reminded customers that they are a family restaurant, so all attire choices need to be PG.

The new breakfast items, which promise to entice a number of visiting customers, also include Mushroom and Cherry tomato Hash and a Kids Yoghurt & Fruit Sundae. All of the new items are priced below £10, meaning they will all be free!

For those making the journey to their nearest Frankie & Benny's to take advantage of this once in a lifetime offer, you may want to wrap up in your winter pyjamas and throw on your dressing gown, just to be safe.

To see the full breakfast menu before making the trip, click here.

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