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Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Let’s Play! We’re on the Pittsburgh Monopoly Board!

Earlier this year, Pittsburghers rejoiced when we found out we were getting our own city edition of the Monopoly board game and that city residents could help decide who makes it on the board.  

Well... Eat’n Park is thrilled to have a spot on the Pittsburgh Monopoly board! We’re honored to join  other iconic venues like the Roberto Clemente Bridge, the Byham Theater, and more in representing our hometown! 

Pittsburgh is only the thirteenth city in the United States to receive its own official Monopoly board game. In these localized editions, city landmarks and local brands replace the original’s Atlantic City squares, like Boardwalk and Park Place. It also swaps the perennial “Community Chest” and “Chance” playing cards with decks that pay homage to the Steel City (look for our personalized Chance cards, sure to make you Smile!). 

Pittsburgh Monopoly is available for purchase for $39.99 at the following Eat’n Park restaurants or at SmileyCookie.com:

  • Waterfront  
  • Avalon  
  • Mcknight  
  • Dormont  
  • Mckeesport  
  • Whitehall  
  • Bridgeville  
  • Mcknight Road  
  • Banksville  
  • Monongahela  
  • Clearview  
  • Bethel Park  
  • Franklin Park  
  • Peters Township  
  • Shaler  
  • Natrona Heights  
  • Chippewa  
  • Uniontown  
  • Edgeworth  
  • Greensburg  
  • Penn Hills  
  • Butler  
  • New Kensington  
  • South Hills  
  • Franklin  
  • New Stanton  
  • Monroeville  
  • Pittsburgh Mills 
  • Airport  
  • Hampton Twp.  
  • Murrysville  
  • Robinson  
  • Somerset 
  • Marshall Twp.  
  • Washington  
  • Latrobe  
  • Indiana  
  • Center Twp.  
  • Grove City 
  • Clarion  
  • North Huntingdon  
  • Belle Vernon  
  • North Versailles  
  • Water Works  



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