NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Jim Cramer wants you to buy Denny's (DENN). Answering viewers' questions sent via Twitter Tuesday he said he likes the restaurant company because it is buying back stock, comparable-store sales are improving and stores are being remodeled. In addition, it has a great franchise program and its expanding overseas.
Another viewer wondered if investors can profit from Target's (TGT) move to offer organic food by owning shares of Hain Celestial (HAIN) or if investors can own both. Cramer, a long-time fan of Hain and whose Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust holds Target, said to buy both.
He said Target is doing some interesting things in other areas such as baby products because of weakness in apparel. He said Hain is a great way to play the move, as is another AAP holding, WhiteWave Foods (WWAV), which he believes could be acquired.
Cramer was asked about Kate Spade (KATE), Coach (COH), Michael Kors (KORS) and Ralph Lauren (RL), all of which outperformed on Monday. Cramer says he's not enamored of the accessories group, although he believes Kate Spade is probably doing the best. He adds that Ralph Lauren is a really fabulous name that might be interesting now that PVH Corp. (PVH) has risen by so much.
Lululemon (LULU) reports earnings next week and Cramer reiterated why he took a nice profit in the stock for AAP. He said the company will eventually be an acquisition target but sometimes apparel can act "funky," which was one reason he sold.