The restaurant, which opened Nov. 29, offers food and drink items unique to the location, including a "King Stack" of pancakes -- inspired by Elvis and topped with peanut butter, banana and bacon -- the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
The wedding chapel is scheduled to open early next year.
"Guests can browse through a menu of packaged wedding experiences to create the wild, wacky or romantic diner nuptials of their dreams," the company said in a news release.
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