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Monday, September 12, 2011

Dinner for Two at Eat'n Park, only $14.99!

Who are YOU going to bring? Your spouse? Your neighbor? A co-worker? A friend? Regardless, you're both going to love Dinner for Two! Two delicious meals (and two Mini Smiley Cookies) are yours for one low price: just $14.99!

Choose from eight of our favorite meals:
  • Rosemary Chicken
  • Mushroom & Onion Burger
  • Mile-High Meatloaf
  • Baked Cod
  • Chicken Parmigiana
  • Baked Lemon Sole
  • Sesame Pork Chop
  • New! Buffalo Chicken Mac'n Cheese
All meals come with their standard sides and/or dinner rolls. After your meal, enjoy two free Mini Smiley Cookies - that's one sweet ending!

Intrigued by the new Buffalo Chicken Mac'n Cheese? You should be - it's cheesetastic! Cheesy elbow pasta is blended with a sprinkle of bleu chese and mixed with seasoned chicken, and the whole thing is drizzled with our buffalo sauce and baked. Yum!

What are you waiting for? Stop in today! Dinner for Two is available from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. daily, through November 30.

And don't forget, we're also featuring our Fall Specials!



Anonymous said...

Really! How did you get your name? Where did your restaurant originate? My husband and I are originally from PA. We have been in OH for almost 39 years. I went to Eat N Park in PA before moving here.

Anonymous said...

It's amazing you can remember eating there 40 years ago.....

Pat said...

I am someone who has been around since Eat'n'Park got started. Back in the 50s and early 60s I went to the one in Monongahela, PA. Back then we used to "cruise" around the parking lot in our cars as teens. You could park there and the waitress would come out and take your order and bring your order on a tray that would hook onto your car window. So we would eat in our cars. Thus the name "Eat'n'Park" because you could eat while being parked in your car. I heard that is the way it got it's name.

Anonymous said...

Can the dine two for $14.99 be done as a take-out? We were thinking about getting Eat N Park tonight.

Eat'n Park said...

Yes, our Dinner for Two offer IS valid on takeout. Enjoy!

Morgantown Tom said...

I know the name Eat 'n Park has been around for decades, but I always thought that, more correctly, it should be named Park 'n Eat since that is the order of events that has to happen.

Anonymous said...

While I was growing up I always wondered why it wasn't Park'n Eat, but my dad told me it is Eat'n Park like Eating Park. Hence the name. Who knows. On going debate I guess.