homemade chicken noodle soup, soup of the day, tasty chili, and our famous salad fixin's. add hand-cut fresh fruit, our own bakery goodies, and more!
Buffalo Chicken Salad
mixed greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, egg wedges, and fries, plus tender chicken breast fillets drenched in our buffalo sauce. topped with cheddar cheese and served with bakery-fresh seasonal bread.
Chicken Fajita Salad
a tortilla bowl filled with mixed greens, red and green peppers, and red onions. topped with chargrilled mesquite chicken strips, cheddar cheese, salsa, and sour cream. enjoy it with our cajun ranch dressing. served with bakery-fresh seasonal bread.
Grilled Chicken Salad
mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, and fries, topped with grilled chicken, egg wedges, and cheddar cheese. served with bakery-fresh seasonal bread.
Pear And Chicken Salad
as crisp as the fall air. fresh mixed greens topped with grilled chicken breast, fresh pears and grapes, crumbled bleu cheese, tomatoes, and candied pecans, all mixed with pear shallot viniagrette. served with seasonal bread.
Desserts - Cool Treats
strawberry, hot fudge, chocolate, or hot caramel fudge. made with three scoops of vanilla ice cream, whipped topping, and a cherry. choose two scoops of ice cream instead for a smaller price.
Cookie Fudge Fantasy
layers of crumbled chocolate chip cookies, hot fudge, and vanilla ice cream. topped with whipped topping, a chocolate chip cookie, and a cherry.
two scoops. choose one scoop instead for a smaller price. we also have lo-carb, 99% lactose-free, no-sugar-added ice cream available for substitution with any dessert. just ask!
vanilla ice cream, layers of hot fudge, and oreo cookie crumbs, topped with whipped topping, more oreo cookie crumbs, and a cherry.
layers of hot fudge, peanuts, caramel fudge, and vanilla ice cream. topped with whipped topping, peanuts, and a cherry.
Eat'n Park began nearly a half century ago as the first Pittsburgh-area drive-in restaurant with carhops. The carhops are gone now, and our look has changed quite a bit since then, but one thing remains the same — our commitment to great food at an exceptional value while providing outstanding service. On June 6, 1949, Eat'n Park began with a revolutionary concept. Led by Larry Hatch, an executive of the Isaly Company of that era, a group of Pittsburghers built a tiny, two-tone yellow, 13-seat restaurant in Pittsburgh's suburban South Hills and, at 2:00 p.m., sent 10 bustling carhops out to serve customers right in their cars. And what a revolution it was.