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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Seafood Specials & More at Eat’n Park

It’s seafood specials time at Eat’n Park and we’ve reeled in some fin-tastic deals. Whether you prefer yours on a bun or baked, we’ve got you covered.

Fish Sandwiches

Whale of a Cod Fish Sandwich
This HUGE cod fillet is hand breaded with panko breadcrumbs, fried to a golden perfection and then served on our house-baked hoagie roll. It’s the biggest fish sandwich in town! $7.49

Tuna Melt
Homemade tuna salad with Starkist tuna, fresh green peppers, celery, onion, diced egg, relish, and mayo on our grilled house-baked Italian bread with melted cheddar, lettuce and tomato. Plus it’s our Friday deal for only $7 with your choice of a side.

Whitefish Sandwich Special
Enjoy a hand-breaded piece of whitefish nestled between a freshly toasted Kaiser roll and your choice of one side for only $6.99. It’s a whale of a deal!

Friday Whitefish & Mac Deal
Hand-breaded whitefish fillet (without the bun) with macaroni and cheese. Served with a side of our fresh-cut homemade coleslaw for just $8.29.

Baked Seafood
(All baked seafood dishes come with your choice of two sides and our bakery-fresh rolls)

Nantucket Cod
Fresh from the sea, oven-baked cod stuffed with our homemade crab, shrimp, spinach, onion, cheddar cheese, and cracker crumb stuffing. It’s delicious! $8.99

Baked Cod
Enjoy a hot and fresh piece of cod baked to order with a buttery bread crumb topping. One piece of cod: $8.99. Two pieces: $10.79.

Lemon Sole
Flaky sole lightly hand-breaded with Parmesan bread crumbs and drizzled with butter and fresh-squeezed lemon. It’s reel-y good and it’s only 194 calories for one piece! $8.49 for one piece of sole or $10.79 for two pieces.

Cod Floridian
This fisherman’s favorite includes one piece of cod baked in Sunkist orange juice for just $8.99. Add another piece of cod for just $10.79. What a catch!

Fried Ravioli
And if none of these seafood specials float your boat, then try our new Fried Ravioli! I’m talking seven cheese ravioli fried to golden perfection. They’re served with both marinara and Alfredo sauce and garnished with parsley and Asiago cheese.  $5.99

Stop in to sea us soon! (get it?!)



Carol from Dubois, Pa said...

I would love to see Butterfly Shrimp put back on the menue during the lent season. You used to have on menue about 5 years ago.

Unknown said...

Years ago there was a dish...baked stuffed shrimp. It had asiago cheese on top of it. I miss this dish, any way I can get the recipe?

Eat'n Park said...

We're glad you enjoyed the stuffed shrimp but unfortunately, we are not able to give you the exact recipe. However, we will let our menu development team know that you miss it!