First Eat'n Park opens, causing a traffic jam on Route 51.
Eat'n Park Strawberry Pie was perfected by the daughter of our founder.
For customers who would rather eat inside than out in the car, Eat'n Park opens its first front dining room.
Automated order-taking machines are in. Four years later, carhop service is out.
We introduced our first children's menu, first hostess service and first modern-sized restaurant.
We begin offering round-the-clock service, with some locations staying open 24 hours.
Our famous Soup & Salad bar opens.
First Children's Hospital Free Care Fund campaign.
Our beloved Christmas Star commercial first airs.
First Eat'n Park Bakery opens.
We introduced our iconic Smiley Cookie for kids visiting our restaurants.
Our Light'n Delightful entrees debut, later to be renamed Eat'n Smart.
Our Smiley Cookie hot air balloon lifts off for the first time.
We created our FarmSource Program to connect our restaurants with local farmers and manufacturers.
Team Smiley and Smiley's Cookie Cruiser made their debut.
Smiley Cookies become available for sale online.
Eat'n Park Restaurants go smoke free, for the health of our guests and team members.
Our very first pickup window opens at our Monroeville restaurant.
Our online store expands to become SmileyCookie.com. Smiley Cookies can now be shipped anywhere in the U.S., and to APO/FPO addresses.
We constructed and opened the first LEED-certified Eat'n Park restaurant in the City of Pittsburgh - in the Waterworks shopping center.
Eat'n Park Hospitality Group receives National Restaurant Association's "Restaurant Neighbor" Award
We celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Christmas Star.
Construction is completed for the new Banksville Eat’n Park.
Jim Broadhurst wins the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association (IFMA) Gold Plate Award.
The Eat’n Park Mobile App goes live for iPhone and Android.
Our Caring For Kids Campaign surpasses $10 million.
A Tradition Begins: Our first ever Day of Smiles!
We introduce online ordering for takeout.
Eat’n Park partners with Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs to sponsor Parker, a soon-to-be service dog.