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Lynn's Paradise Cafe holds annual New Year's Pajama Party

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People staying up too late on New Year's Eve don't have to change out of their pajamas to get breakfast at Lynn's Paradise Cafe the next morning. People staying up too late on New Year's Eve don't have to change out of their pajamas to get breakfast at Lynn's Paradise Cafe the next morning.
Each year, the popular restaurant hosts a family friendly pajama party on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Each year, the popular restaurant hosts a family friendly pajama party on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
The restaurant has been serving up New Year's specials to people in their night wear for more than a decade. The restaurant has been serving up New Year's specials to people in their night wear for more than a decade.
The pajama party at Lynn's Paradise Cafe begins at 7 a.m. New Year's Day and runs until 10 p.m. The pajama party at Lynn's Paradise Cafe begins at 7 a.m. New Year's Day and runs until 10 p.m.
Lynn's Paradise Cafe is located on Barret Avenue in the Highlands. Lynn's Paradise Cafe is located on Barret Avenue in the Highlands.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – People staying up too late on New Year's Eve don't have to change out of their pajamas to get breakfast at Lynn's Paradise Cafe the next morning. 

Each year, the popular restaurant on Barret Avenue in the Highlands hosts a family friendly pajama party on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. PJ-wearing diners get much more than just a meal.

"Anyone wearing their pajamas gets a special, special gift," said Lynn's Chief Instigating Officer Patty Schnatter. "We have lots of fun. We have lots of special food, we've got a face painter, a balloon artist, we have a magician walking around the place, so there's a lot of entertainment going on." That includes live music.

The restaurant has been serving up New Year's specials to people in their night wear for more than a decade.

"We decided that people didn't want to go out on New Year's Day and have to dress up, and they also didn't want to cook, and so we started having a pajama party and people came in their pajamas," said Schnatter.

The pajama party at Lynn's Paradise Cafe begins at 7 a.m. New Year's Day and runs until 10 p.m.

Reservations and walk-ins are welcome.

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