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Monday, August 24, 2009

Eat’n Park Burgers Recognized as “Best in the Nation”!

Are you ready, Eat’n Park fans? We have some really exciting news to share with you! On July 18 and 19, Eat’n Park participated for the second year in the National Hamburger Festival in Akron, OH. Not only did we have a great time serving our famous Superburgers to all of the hungry festival attendees, but we were ecstatic to learn the results of the 4th Annual Best Burger Competition.

And the winner is….drum roll, please……our Black Angus Mushroom and Onion Burger! This fantastic burger, made with chargrilled, seasoned Black Angus beef and topped with grilled onions, mushrooms and Swiss cheese, took first place in the Best Traditional Burger category.

And, for the second year in a row, our Black Angus American Grill Burger placed in the Best Creative Burger competition. The American Grill Burger is served on grilled Texas toast and topped with grilled onions, green peppers, mushrooms and American cheese. Then, we finish it off with just a hint of yellow mustard….delicious!

If you haven’t tried these burgers, be sure to order one the next time you visit an Eat’n Park so you can find out for yourself why the judges love them so much. We'll even sweeten the deal: order the Black Angus Mushroom and Onion Burger between August 24 and 30, and we'll give you a free Smiley Cookie! Just print the coupon below to redeem this offer.

And don’t forget to make plans for next year to come and visit us at the National Hamburger Festival. If you would like to learn more about the festival, visit the website at http://www.hamburgerfestival.com/. To see our complete list of burgers, along with our entire menu, just click here.

Chef Reuben and Smiley had a great time serving burgers to hungry fans!


Anonymous said...

Congratulations!! I've had the burger and it was wonderful. The Black Angus is what makes it "special". Thanks for a great burger and again, WAY TO GO!!

Anonymous said...

Hi! Unfortunately, I have developed high blood pressure. Your food is so heavily laden with salt, it forbades me to dine there any longer (sigh). You are not alone in the heavy-handed shaker syndrome. I don't understand...one can't remove salt, but the shaker sits on the table for those who like it?????Cooking at home seems to be my only option these days. Lynn

Eat'n Park said...

Hi Lynn,
Thanks for your comment. For you and our other guests on a reduced-sodium diet, we have 12 entrees that have 480 mg of sodium or less, plus a variety of side options that are low in sodium. When you're in the restaurant, flip to the back of the menu to check them out, or view our reduced-sodium choices online at http://www.eatnpark.com/menuList.asp?CategoryID=19