Eat n Park Prices
2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Eat n Park menu prices.
|Popcorn Shrimp Appetizer||$6.99|
|Build Your Own Appetizer||$8.49|
|Mac 'n Cheese Bites||$5.99|
|Basket of Loaded Fries||$4.99|
|Fried Cheese Sticks||$4.99|
|Fresh Potato Chips & Ranch||$4.99|
|Jalapeno Cheddar Poppers||$5.99|
|Greek Chicken Salad||$8.99|
|Buffalo Chicken Salad||$9.29|
|Grilled Chicken Salad||$8.49|
|Farmer's Grilled Chicken and Vegetable Salad||$8.99|
|Original Superburger Combo||$8.49|
|Original Superburger Value Meal||$7.00|
|Black Angus Superburger||$9.49|
Black Angus Burgers
|Mushroom & Onion Cheeseburger||$8.79|
|Classic Burger (No Cheese)||$7.79|
Not So Beefy Burgers
|Bacon Ranch Turkey Burger||$8.49|
|Whale of a Cod Fish Sandwich||$8.99|
|Buffalo Shrimp Wrap||$8.99|
|Crispy Chicken Club Sandwich||$8.79|
|Chicken Fajita Flatbread||$8.49|
|Buffalo Chicken Wrap||$8.79|
|Chargrilled Chicken Sandwich||$7.79|
|Classic Grilled Cheese||$6.79|
|Shredded Pot Roast Sandwich||$7.99|
|Hot Turkey Sandwich||$7.49|
|Bacon Turkey Swiss||$8.29|
|Fish Fry for Two||$19.99|
|Whale & Mac Lunch||$8.99|
|Shrimp & Chips||$9.49|
|Baked Lemon Sole (1 Pc.)||$8.99|
|Baked Lemon Sole (2 Pc.)||$10.99|
|Baked Cod Floridian (1 Pc.)||$8.99|
|Baked Cod Floridian (2 Pc.)||$10.99|
|Baked Cod (1 Pc.)||$8.99|
|Baked Cod (2 Pc.)||$10.99|
|Whale of a Cod Dinner||$10.99|
|Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo||$9.99|
|Baked Chicken Parmigiana||$9.99|
|Chicken Fillets (5 Pc.)||$10.29|
|Chicken Fillets (4 Pc.)||$9.29|
|Rosemary Chicken (2 Pc.)||$11.29|
|Rosemary Chicken (1 Pc.)||$9.29|
|Herb Crusted Chicken (2 Pc.)||$11.49|
|Herb Crusted Chicken (1 Pc.)||$9.99|
|Grilled Chicken (2 Pc.)||$9.99|
|Grilled Chicken (1 Pc.)||$7.99|
Beef, Pork, and Turkey
|Smothered Ground Sirloin Steak||$10.49|
|Beef Liver and Onions||$9.29|
|Fresh Start Scrambler||$5.99|
|Ground Sirloin and Eggs Smile||$8.99|
|Super Griddle Smile||$7.99|
|Original Breakfast Smile||$6.99|
|Kids' Breakfast Smile Jr.||$2.99|
|Kids' Breakfast Giggle||$2.99|
Lunch & Dinner
|Kids' Mac 'n Cheese Bites||$3.99|
|Kids' Chicken Noodle Soup Meal||$3.29|
|Kids' Classic Grilled Cheese||$2.99|
|Kids' Chicken Fingers||$3.49|
|Kids' Kraft Macaroni & Cheese||$3.29|
|Kids' Stuffed-Crust Pizza||$3.29|
|St. Paddy's Shake||$3.99|
|Fresh Potato Chips||$1.99|
|Fresh-Cut Fruit Cup||$2.99|
|Garden Side Salad||$2.99|
|Mac & Cheese||$2.99|
|Mini Potato Pancakes||$1.99|
|Sugar Snap Peas||$1.99|
|Chicken Noodle Soup (Cup)||$2.99|
|Cream of Broccoli Soup (Cup)||$2.99|
|Chicken Noodle Soup (Bowl)||$3.49|
|Cream of Broccoli Soup (Bowl)||$3.49|
|Chicken Noodle Soup (Quart)||$6.99|
|Cream of Broccoli Soup (Quart)||$6.99|
|Smiley Cookies (12 Pc.)||$6.99|
About Eat ‘n Park
Smile and the world smiles with you! The Eat ‘n Park restaurant chain considers itself a “place for smiles” and diners will likely enter and exit the restaurants with happy smiles!
This isn’t surprising as the Eat n Park prices are affordable even when you’re on a tight budget. The food and drinks selection, especially the Smiley Cookies, are great on the palate and on the tummy, too.
In the late 1940s, Bill Peters and Larry Hatch went on a trip to Cincinnati where they were impressed by the brisk business of the Frisch’s Big Boy Drive In. The duo contacted Bob Wian, the founder of Frisch’s, and eventually reached a 25-year contract to operate the restaurants in Pittsburgh under the brand Eat ‘n Park.
The first 13-stall drive-in Eat ‘n Park restaurant opened in Pittsburgh in its South Hills neighborhood on June 5, 1949. When the Eat ‘n Park company left Big Boy, it entered the West Virginia and Ohio markets. As of 2017, there were 69 Eat ‘n Park restaurants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia with the corporate headquarters located in Homestead, Pennsylvania.
What They’re Famous For
The Eat ‘n Park chain was awarded by the American Culinary Federation its Achievement of Excellence award – and that definitely says something about the excellent quality of the dishes and desserts in the chain! Of course, the Smiley Cookies are what made the chain famous so these treats are considered as must-buys, whether you’re ordering for dine-in or take-out.
Why Eat Here
The Eat ‘n Park restaurants are beloved by their loyal patrons partly because of the warm and friendly service from the staff members, so the smiles from diners abound. The wait staff – yes, there are waiters ready to take your orders and deliver your food to the table – are knowledgeable about the menu so their recommendations are appreciated. The delivery of the food to the tables usually takes 10-15 minutes depending on the number of orders and diners in the restaurant but it’s relatively fast.
There are no television sets and Wi-Fi connection in the restaurants but it’s a blessing. Diners can talk while waiting for their orders and eating their meals. The casual ambiance encourages groups of friends and families, even those with kids, to come and enjoy the food and drinks without worrying about fine dining etiquette.
And then there’s the wide selection of appetizers, breakfast combos, salads, sandwiches, and desserts as well as the choices in beverages. The dishes and desserts at Eat ‘n Park restaurants are widely considered as the best in terms of quality so the Achievement of Excellence award is, indeed, warranted. The ingredients are apparently of the highest quality possible – fresh fruits and vegetables, organic eggs and meat products, and premium seafood – judging by the delicious flavors, delightful textures and beautiful appearance of the prepared food.
The appetizers can be lights meals or full snacks depending on your appetite. These include spicy jalapeno cheddar poppers, fried ravioli, pretzel sticks, chicken quesadilla, popcorn shrimp, and mac ‘n cheese bites. You can even build your own appetizer by adding three of any of the appetizers plus fresh chips, which will then be served with either a homemade ranch or marinara sauce.
The Eat ‘n Park restaurants are popular among the breakfast crowd, too, especially among people who want their breakfast anytime they want, whether it’s for brunch or lunch. The breakfast combos will definitely put a smile on your face with their generous portions of eggs, bacons, and breakfast potatoes, among other classic food items. The meat selection also means that your breakfasts at your Eat ‘n Park restaurant will not be boring – just choose the meat that suits your palate on a given day with your choices including ground sirloin, sausage patties, bacon, turkey sausage, and sausage.
Other classic breakfast items on the plate include fresh-cut fruits, buttermilk pancakes, Smiley Belgian waffles, French toast, toasted English muffins, and Grilled Stickies. Banana Foster syrup is also provided.
Since the classic American breakfast has eggs, the Eat ‘n Park restaurants also offer several egg-based breakfasts. The All-American Scrambler is a bestseller because of the delicious combo of toasted bagel, cheese, fluffy scrambled eggs, and a choice of meats, plus fresh fruit and breakfast potatoes.
And don’t forget to order the Smiley Cookies, the bestselling item that made the chain famous. These are sugar cookies that evoke memories of happy childhood years so the smiles come easily. Be sure to order the other dessert items, too, such as the chocolate chip pancakes, which are topped with chocolate chips and whipped cream, and the slices of banana crème pie, blackberry pie, and coconut crème pie.
When you come into an Eat ‘n Park restaurant, you will like the family-friendly atmosphere almost immediately. The groups of families and friends are obviously enjoying their meals, a good sign of good things to come!
To learn more about Eat n Park or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.eatnpark.com.
Eat n Park FAQ
How much is Eat n Park's Build Your Own Appetizer?
Build Your Own Appetizer – $8.49
How much is a Jalapeno Cheddar Poppers at Eat n Park?
Jalapeno Cheddar Poppers – $5.99
How much are Black Angus Superburger at Eat n Park?
Black Angus Superburger – $9.49
How much does a Eat n Park's Bacon Cheeseburger Cost?
Bacon Cheeseburger – $8.79