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Monday, September 14, 2009

Fall in love with our Fall Specials!

Don’t look now, but fall is just around the corner. Really! School has started, the air conditioners are being shut off, the nights are downright chilly, and I am starting to see leaves in my yard.

Still, fall is my favorite time of year. You have football season, the beautiful changing of the leaves, the crisp autumn air, and the new fall specials at Eat’n Park. We are introducing to you a great line up of old favorites and new classics. Let’s take a look at the old favorites first:

Stuffed Mushroom Caps – What a great appetizer! These locally-grown mushroom caps are brimming with our own crab and seafood stuffing…perfect to share on a chilly evening when out with friends before or after a show.

Chef's Cobb Salad – This salad has the look of autumn with its layers of colorful ingredients, but still gives us the feel of summer. Rows of diced ham, American cheese, hard-boiled egg, ripe tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, Swiss chesse, and turkey over mixed greens. Gorgeous!

Gourmet Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup – Nothing’s better than this combination to take you home again, even if you are away on business or at school. We spice up the traditional grilled cheese sandwich by using our grilled six-grain bread and adding bacon to melted American, Swiss, and Pepper Jack cheeses. Served with a grilled-cheese sandwich’s best friend: hot, creamy Campbell’s Tomato soup.

Baked Ziti and Sausage – Roasted sausage, tender pasta, and rich sauce all baked together with a topping of mozzarella cheese. Does it get any better than that?

Turkey Dinner – An Eat’n Park favorite as long as I have been around (and no, I’m not telling you how long!). Tender-roasted turkey breast with stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Ahh, comfort food.

But if you don’t try something new once and a while, you’ll never know what you could be missing! Here are our soon-to-be classics:

Chicken BLT – This is a great hearty sandwich, and it is served on our one-of-a-kind six grain bread.

Skinny Scrambler – Breakfast never felt so good! Multi-grain bread, healthy egg substitute and lean Canadian bacon, served with a side of fresh fruit. It’s Eat’n Smart!

Texas Scrambler – Hearty, if not entirely healthy! This is our scrambler on steroids. Two scrambled eggs, two slices of American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and your choice of meat, stuffed between two slices of grilled Texas Toast. Plus, your choice of potatoes on the side. Bring your appetite if you are ordering this one!

Chicken Cordon Bleu – I have left my favorite for last. Hand-breaded and baked chicken topped with layers of thinly sliced ham, Swiss cheese, and a touch of white wine butter sauce. It’s delicious!

It’s been a busy summer, and the days are getting shorter. Give yourself a break, stop by an Eat’n Park, and let us do the cooking for you. You won’t be disappointed.


P.S. For the nutritional information on these specials (and any item found on our menu), just check out our nutritional calculator! Share


Janet Boyer said...

YUM! Can't wait to try the stuffed mushroom caps. I hope the Cobb salad is truly "mixed greens" (as opposed to yucky iceberg lettuce).


Unknown said...

I love the Chicen cordon Bleu. I hope it stays on the menu even after the fall specials are gone!

Paula said...

Visited Morgantown and enjoyed a wondweful new breakfast sandwich and latte- very fresh and filling- wonderful staff- bought more Smiley cookies( gingerbread and regular smiley) and gave as atreat to my friends.Happy Thanksgiving!