Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Do you know where to get decorations with the school colors? Specialty cakes? Signs for the yard?
Graduation season is quickly approaching and parents of high school seniors are already planning the special parties to celebrate. Local bakeries, party stores and other businesses offer school-color cakes, signs announcing the graduation, balloons and sometimes a novelty, such as a multi-serving sandwich baked into the shape of the school mascot. Even Eat'n Park has gotten in the act with SmileyCookie.com. The restaurant chain's smiling sugar cookie can be ordered online decked out in the Pine-Richland school colors. So, tell us in the comments box below where you have found specialty graduation food or party supplies for your P-R Ram. Or, if you have an idea to help make another parent's planning a bit easier, feel free to share your …
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The remodel includes an indoor takeout station, a new two-sided salad bar, and an updated lobby with a new bakery and counter area with a TV.
An updated lobby, an indoor takeout station and a new two-sided salad bar are featured in the remodel of Eat’n Park Restaurant's Wexford location. A new bakery and counter area with a TV are included in the lobby area. “We’ve invested a lot in the Wexford business community and we wanted to make sure our Franklin Park restaurant features the very best we have to offer,” said Kevin O’Connell, senior vice president of marketing. The restaurant is located at 2650 Brandt School Road in Franklin Park. Eat’n Park has been a part of the Wexford community since 2002 and supports local non-profit and community organizations, including the Jada Reichert Benefit 5K, the Superhero Foundation, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Catholic Hospice, Saint …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
The eatery is just south of the Richland Township line.
When Eat’n Park Restaurant remodeled its Route 8 eatery it included a piece of Gibsonia's history in it. On a wall by the food bar are a dozen historic photos of the Gibsonia area's early days, including pictures of what is now Chatham University's Eden Hall campus, a Short Line trolley and construction of the Turnpike. That little piece of history is a juxtaposition of everything new in the rest of the restaurant—fresh wallpaper and tiles, a new brightly lit bakery case and a new counter with a TV. Though the restaurant is located in Hampton Township, a number of Pine-Richland residents frequent it because it is just south of the Richland Township line. The restaurant also received a community wall, highlighting some of Eat’n Park’s …
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Restaurant chain is offering 99-cent kids meals through Friday.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Kids eat cheap at Eat’n Park Restaurants this week to help its well-known mascot celebrate his birthday. A 99-cent Kids Meals promotion, which ends Friday, caps off the 25th birthday celebration of Smiley. Smiley has been making appearances at local Eat’n Park Restaurants and will continue to do so throughout the summer. He will be at the St. Alexis Parish Festival Friday in Wexford. For Pine-Richland diners, the closest Eat'n Park Restaurants are in Hampton Township [on Route 8 just south of the Richland line] and in Franklin Park/Wexford at 2650 Brandt School Road. Travelers on McKnight Road will find two Eat'n Park restaurants -- one is at 7671 and the other is at 7370 McKnight. Cranberry has a restaurant at 19085 Perry Highway. In …