An exciting new twist is coming to a Dallas Denny’s.

The Dallas location will be the first nationwide to introduce a new weekly adult bingo event, reported CultureMap Dallas.

The restaurant known for its breakfast food will soon host the classic game at the 10433 N. Central Expwy. location.

The winner of the weekly bingo event will be awarded vouchers redeemable for appetizers or desserts.

“The idea came from our district manager,” Christina Lopez, director of operations for EYM Group, a restaurant franchisee that operates 60 Denny’s locations in Texas and Florida, told CultureMap Dallas. “She goes to bingo weekly. She will be the caller for the games.”

Bingo nights will take place every Wednesday starting June 26 from 5 to 7 p.m.

“What we’re appealing to are people who are 30 years old and up, people after work, something to get them out,” Lopez told CulutreMap. “It’s free, and you can win food.”

If the adult bingo nights prove to be a success, Denny’s around the region will offer more bingo, according to Lopez.

Denny’s started out as Danny’s Donuts. In 1953, Harold Butler and Richard Jezak opened the donut shop in Lakewood, California. Three years later, Jezak left, and Butler converted the donut shop to a coffee shop, changing the name to Danny’s Coffee Shops and keeping the premises open 24 hours a day.

The name was later changed to Denny’s Coffee Shops to avoid confusion with another restaurant in Los Angeles known as Coffee Dan’s. In 1961, Denny’s Coffee Shops became Denny’s. There are 1,614 restaurants across the country, with 203 in Texas, per Denny’s website.