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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Take $2 off your $15 purchase!

Seafood season will be sailing away soon and so will a few of our fin-tastic limited time items, like our Nashville Whale of a Cod Sandwich and our Shrimp & Cod Scampi. Swim on in with your school of fish to enjoy one last bite before they’re gone with this coupon for $2 off!


Coupon valid April 18-21, 2019.

Coupon must be printed to be redeemed.
Valid for dine-in or takeout.
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Monday, April 8, 2019

Download the Eat’n Park Mobile App!

Our Eat’n Park Mobile App has a fresh new look! Available for both iPhone and Android, our app allows you to receive and redeem mobile coupons directly from your device, no printer needed. Plus, you’ll get special offers for both your birthday AND anniversary!
In addition, it has several easy to use features including:
  • The ability to save your favorite locations, and easily order takeout from them
  • Locations and directions to the nearest Eat’n Park Restaurant
  • Access to our menus and nutritional information
  • The ability to send us feedback about your visit
Download it today!

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Sweet Treats For Easter

The Easter season will be here before you know it, so make like a bunny and hop to your local Eat’n Park to fulfill all of your bakery needs!

Dessert is essential when planning your holiday meal so let us take some work off your plate and replace it with something sweet! Our wide variety of fresh-baked pies like classic Apple, Coconut Crème or Oreo Crème are sure to please everyone at your table. Plus, our Lemon Meringue Pie is currently on sale for only 8.99! Call ahead to place your pie order today!

Another egg-cellent idea is to pick up our Easter Basket Smiley Cookie Packs! Featuring decorative Easter Eggs and our seasonal Bunny Smiley Cookies, they are sure to be a hit at the office or school parties. For only $6.99 a dozen, they’re perfect for sharing with your peeps or keeping all to yourself!


Finally, take a note from the Easter Bunny and send some sweets from SmileyCookie.com! Surprise all your peeps at your annual egg hunt with individually-wrapped, nut-free Easter Smiley Cookies! Available in cases of 40, 80, and 160, these cookies are sure to make your day eggstra special and will have every-bunny smiling!

Click here to shop SmileyCookie.com!

Have a hoppy Easter!

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2019 Volunteer of the Year

Giving back to our communities is one of the fundamental pillars of our company culture. We know the importance and value of taking care of people both inside and outside our restaurants.

Many of our team members are active volunteers in their neighborhoods, and we do what we can to support them in those endeavors. Every year, we recognize those who have gone above and beyond by generously giving their time and energy to support causes in their local communities.

Out of all of our team members who volunteered over 37,000 hours of their time in 2018, we’re proud to announce that this year’s Eat’n Park Hospitality Group Volunteer of the Year is Kayla Frattini!
Our Eat’n Park Hospitality Group CEO, Jeff Broadhurst, with our 2019 Volunteer of the Year winner, Kayla Frattini.

Kayla, our Hello Bistro Marketing Manager, spends most of her volunteer life investing in two separate organizations. The first is the Miracle League of the South Hills, which gives kids and adults with disabilities the opportunity to play baseball. Kayla coaches two Miracle League teams – an adult team and a youth team. Because she spends so much time with the athletes, she has developed really close bonds with many of them. One even recently asked her to his high school prom!

Kayla’s second passion project is with Team PHenomenal Hope, an organization that raises funds and awareness for a rare medical condition called Pulmonary Hypertension. Over the last few years, Kayla has gradually increased her level of involvement in the organization’s annual 5K fundraiser from participant to now serving as the Race Director for the second year in a row. Kayla’s favorite part about volunteering, and probably the core reason that she dedicates so many hours to service, is that she is helping to build a community of inclusivity.

On Kayla’s behalf, Eat’n Park Hospitality Group will be donating $1,000 to the Miracle League of the South Hills.

Please join us in congratulating Kayla and our other finalists for their extensive efforts in the community!

Pictured above are our 2019 Volunteer of the Year finalists:

From Left to Right: Aubriana Henry (Indiana Eat’n Park), Joel Grimm (Clarion Eat’n Park), Autumn Grimm (Clarion Eat’n Park), Michael Riek (Somerset Eat’n Park), Kayla Frattini (Winner - Corporate Support Center), Heather Hibala (Corporate Support Center), Regina Diana (Avalon Eat’n Park) Not pictured: Magail Heaps (Greensburg Eat’n Park)

Click here to learn about all of our finalists!



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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Take $3 off your $20 online order!

There are plenty of fish in the sea and we’ve turned them into some sea-riously fin-tastic items on our menu! From our HUGE Whale of a Cod to our limited-time Shrimp Scampi dishes, , you're sure to find something that will float your boat! Give them a try today with this coupon for $3 off your online order!
To redeem this offer, enter the coupon code "HOOK" during checkout when you place your online order. Coupon code valid Thursday, April 4 - Sunday, April 7, 2019.


Valid for Eat'n Park online orders only. Not valid for phone-in takeout orders, or for dine-in. Not valid at SmileyCookie.com.

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2019 Day of Smiles: Hero Smiles

Giving back to our community is in our DNA. On April 2nd, we held our 4th Annual Day of Smiles, an event that gathered over 150 of our team members to volunteer at 11 different community service projects around Pittsburgh.

As a company, we invest at least 5% of our pre-tax earnings to support nonprofit organizations – and though we support a wide variety of causes, we focus our efforts on three areas:  Sharing Smiles, Growing Smiles, and Hero Smiles. Click here to read more about each.

On Day of Smiles, four of our service projects were focused on “Hero Smiles” with the goal of enhancing the lives of military veterans and their families. Read on to learn more about these volunteer projects!

Fisher House
One of our teams made the trip to the Fisher House, located in Oakland, to prepare a tasty lunch for guests and their families. Since 2012, the Fisher House has been providing a "home away from home" for the families of Veterans and active duty military who are hospitalized. The home, with its 10 suites, allows families to be near their loved one while enjoying a place of peace and respite for themselves. Families stay for free, lifting their financial burden and allowing them to focus on their patient.
Veterans Leadership Program
A few of our volunteers teamed up with Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania for some painting projects around the office to make it extra inviting for the Veterans being provided with services there. VLP provides many services to eligible local veterans, service members, and their families including housing, employment, and other vital support services with the goal of improving their self-sufficiency, sustainability, and quality of life.
VA Hospital
This crew of volunteers assembled care package kits, which were then distributed to well-deserving veterans receiving medical care at the VA Hospital in Oakland. Some veterans stay at the hospital for extended periods of time, so the kits were full of supplies that they may not have had the opportunity to pick up for themselves.
Shepherd's Heart Fellowship & Veterans Home
Our last group of volunteers were hard at work completing various tasks at Shepherd's Heart. They restocked and organized the pantry, and did some landscaping. Shepherd's Heart provides transitional housing for Veterans, as well as meals and a place to shower and do laundry for the homeless.

Check out our other blogs in this series to learn about our community projects for Growing Smiles and Sharing Smiles.

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2019 Day of Smiles: Sharing Smiles

Our nickname may be “The Place for Smiles” but we also love creating smiles within our community. On April 2nd, we held our 4th Annual Day of Smiles, an event that gathered over 150 of our team members to volunteer at 11 different community service projects throughout the city.

As a company, we invest at least 5% of our pre-tax earnings to support nonprofit organizations – and though we support a wide variety of causes, we focus our efforts on three areas:  Sharing Smiles, Growing Smiles, and Hero Smiles. Click here to read more about each.

On Day of Smiles, four of our service projects were focused on “Sharing Smiles” by supporting family wellness and fitness. Read on to learn about how our team spent their day!

First Tee of Pittsburgh
Fore! One of our volunteer teams helped to beautify the golf course at The First Tee of Pittsburgh, an organization that helps to build character, instills life-enhancing values, and promotes healthy choices to young people through the game of golf.

Sarah Heinz House 
Another one of our volunteer teams headed to the Sarah Heinz House, where they helped to clean and spruce up the campus for the spring season! With a focus on character, service, and leadership, Sarah Heinz House provides enriching programs where kids learn to make healthy choices while participating in fun, challenging activities.

Best of the Batch
A team of our volunteers visited Munhall to help the Best of the Batch Foundation, which was established by former Steeler, Charlie Batch. They helped to put together hygiene kits for kids in the after-school program!

Camp Guyasuta
Camp Guyasuta is a day-camp and Boy Scout camp focused on outdoor play and activity! The camp was impacted by severe flooding a few months ago and our volunteers helped to get the grounds into tip-top shape in time for summer! They even helped build a bridge!

Check out our other blogs in this series to learn about our community projects for Growing Smiles and Hero Smiles.

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