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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Happy Home Opener! Free Smiley Cookie For Baseball Fans

“Take me out to the ballgame…” and then to Eat’n Park for a free Smiley Cookie on the day of the Home Opener! We’re excited that baseball season is finally here and want to help fans of all teams and mascots (well, Pittsburgh and Cleveland anyway) celebrate their big day with a sweet treat!

On the day of the Pirates Home Opener (Monday, April 2), all fans who wear their Pirates gear to the following locations will receive a free Pittsburgh Pirates Smiley Cookie:
  • Airport - Moon Township
  • Altoona
  • Avalon
  • Banksville
  • Belle Vernon
  • Bridgeville
  • Butler (Clearview Mall)
  • Butler/United
  • Peters Township
  • Center Township (Monaca)
  • Chippewa
  • Clarion
  • Clarksburg, WV
  • Cranberry
  • Dormont
  • DuBois
  • Edgewood
  • Erie (12th Street)
  • Erie (Peach Street)
  • Franklin
  • Greensburg
  • Grove City
  • Hampton Twp
  • Hermitage
  • Indiana
  • Johnstown (Scalp Ave)
  • Latrobe
  • Library Road
  • McKees Rocks
  • Mckeesport
  • McKnight Rd (Ross Park Mall)
  • Mcknight Rd/South
  • Monongahela
  • Monroeville
  • Morgantown, WV
  • Murrysville
  • Natrona Heights
  • New Castle
  • New Kensington
  • New Stanton
  • North Huntingdon
  • North Versailles
  • Penn Hills
  • Pittsburgh Mills
  • Robinson
  • Sewickley
  • Shaler
  • Somerset
  • South Hills
  • Squirrel Hill
  • St. Clairsville, OH
  • Uniontown
  • Washington
  • Warren, OH
  • Waterfront (Homestead)
  • Waterworks
  • Weirton, WV
  • Westmont/Johnstown
  • Wexford
  • Whitehall

Then, on the day of the Indians’ Home Opener (Friday, April 6), fans who wear their Cleveland Indians merchandise will receive a free Cleveland Smiley Cookie at these select locations:
  • Austintown
  • Boardman
  • Chapel Hill
  • Medina
  • Mentor
  • Steubenville
  • Warren
  • Willoughby


Play ball!

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Take $2 Off Your Online Order!

It’s time to swim on in to your local Eat’n Park to enjoy all that seafood season has to offer. From our HUGE Whale of a Cod Fish Sandwich to our limited-time Shrimp Scampi meals, you’ll sea that we take our fish dishes sea-riously.

Don't forget about our Fish Fry To Go! This fin-tastic feast includes two Whale of a Cod fish sandwiches, your choice of a pint of soup or coleslaw, and a pile of chips with Ranch to share!


$2 Off Your Next $15 Online Order

Plus, right now you can take $2 off your $15 purchase when you place your order online! To redeem this offer, enter the coupon code "GOFISH" when you check out. Coupon code valid Wednesday, March 21 - Friday, March 23, 2018 only.


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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Monday, March 12, 2018

Sweet! New Pie Coupon

We’re getting irrationally excited for March 14. Why? It’s Pi Day! This algebraic holiday is a sine (get it?) that there is always an occasion to enjoy our favorite dessert…PIE! To get this pie party off to a great start, here’s a coupon you can enjoy all week long for a free slice on us – or use it to take $2 off a whole pie!
Coupon valid February 12-18, 2018 only.
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Friday, March 9, 2018

2018 Volunteer of the Year Finalists

Giving back to our communities is one of the fundamental pillars of our company culture. Many of our team members are active volunteers in their neighborhoods and we strive to recognize those who have gone above and beyond by generously giving their time and energy to support causes in their local communities.


Read on to learn about our 2018 Eat’n Park Hospitality Group Volunteer of the Year Finalists, who were nominated by either their managers or colleagues. Keep an eye on our blog for the announcement of our winner in April.

Betty Gordon – Peters Township
Betty, who is the General Manager of her restaurant, doesn’t take her role in the community lightly. She wants to make a difference and spark a change, as evidenced by her sincere dedication to service. Betty is a familiar face at volunteer events that ENPHG hosts throughout the year. Her efforts are multiplied because she always brings with her a group of team members who she has recruited. Inspiring others doesn’t end there – Betty has taken it upon herself to mentor a group of 20 young women. The group meets twice a month and regularly includes a volunteer project, which Betty arranges herself.

Brooke White – Greensburg
Brooke volunteers because she loves to see other people succeed. This motivation is woven into her entire life – from her college major and future profession, social work, to her extensive volunteer efforts. She even helped to found, and is currently the president of, a community service club at her college. Her outreach has touched a wide breadth of causes, including homelessness, domestic violence, cancer research, drug and alcohol prevention, and autism awareness.

Courtney Blood – Parkhurst at Chatham University
Where there is an opportunity to fundraise for Caring for Kids, you’ll find Courtney! Over the years, Caring for Kids has become her passion project. Her tireless efforts have recently won Chatham a spot in the overall Top Ten fundraising sites – the first time a Parkhurst location has ever achieved this. Courtney doesn’t keep her enthusiasm to herself – she inspires her colleagues to get involved alongside of her. This enthusiasm spills over into other organizations she’s involved with, including the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Junior Achievement, and animal rescue groups.

Dave Grec – Latrobe
Dave exemplifies our Core Value of Caring for People both inside and outside of his restaurant. Despite the demands of being a general manager, Dave found a spare 500 hours last year to dedicate to his local fire department. There he serves as a volunteer firefighter and bookkeeper, while also helping the department to fundraise.

Elizabeth “Betty” Heuler – Sewickley
“At least one small act of kindness every day” is the guiding principle by which Betty lives her life. When she is not working at her restaurant, Betty says that she is working to better her community. She uses opportunities provided by her church as a means of community outreach. In 2017, she spent a total of 350 hours supporting her church’s outreach efforts at food drives and soup kitchens, just to name a couple.

Mickey Ivosevic – Cranberry
Mickey is a true Volunteer Champion at her restaurant. Not only does she volunteer individually, but she also continually recruits her colleagues to volunteer with her. While her service through ENPHG hosted volunteer events is important to her, Mickey’s passion is helping women in recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction to reclaim their lives and reunite them with their families.

Venetia Khouri – Hello Bistro Downtown 
Volunteering is a centerpiece in Venetia’s life. Just last year, she devoted 578 hours to tutoring, coaching basketball, and leading Bible studies at the Urban Impact, an organization that seeks to transform the lives of adolescents living in Pittsburgh’s North Side. Although she is still in high school, she is resolute in wanting to use her future career as a teacher toward this same mission – to help kids!

Wendy Roberts – Somerset 
Self admittedly, Wendy volunteers simply for the sake of helping others. She is a dedicated community servant, who spent 150 hours volunteering in 2017. She is especially passionate about ensuring her fellow community members have food in times of need. Most of her service is spent at the Somerset food pantry, where she volunteers on a weekly basis.

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Thursday, March 8, 2018

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 7.99! 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!



Have a hoppy Easter!

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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

An Update On Parker

It’s been a few months since we announced our partnership with Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, so we’re excited to share an update with you!


Our sweet rescue pup, Parker, is now 8 months old and weighs 58 pounds! She has learned her basic commands and will continue to work on these commands for the next several months. As a lab/Pyrenees mix, she will take a little longer to mature than a German Shepard (a typical service dog breed), but Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs thinks that she will be a great mobility dog for a veteran who has balance issues.

Parker is incredibly loving and fun to be around, and she even took a moment to stop and smell the flowers!

To learn more about our sponsorship of Parker, click here.

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