PITTSBURGH, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget the usual chocolate bunnies this spring, a different treat is hopping into town. Celebrate the Easter season with Eat'n Park's bunny-shaped Smiley Cookies, now available at all Eat'n Park Restaurants and at the company's Smiley Cookie Web site, http://www.SmileyCookie.com.

PITTSBURGH, March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget the usual chocolate bunnies this spring, a different treat is hopping into town. Celebrate the Easter season with Eat'n Park's bunny-shaped Smiley Cookies, now available at all Eat'n Park Restaurants and at the company's Smiley Cookie Web site, SmileyCookie.com.


"The big-eared cookies have consistently been a favorite Smiley Cookie of our guests," says Kevin O'Connell, senior vice president, Eat'n Park Restaurants. "Especially the kids, who love the cute bunny shape and the variety of spring colors available. The bunny-shaped Smiley Cookies are sure to bring a smile to everyone's face."

Guests may purchase bunny-shaped Smiley Cookies at any Eat'n Park location through March 23, or order online by visiting SmileyCookie.com. For arrival in time for Easter, online orders should be placed by midnight on March 17. The cookies are made fresh daily and shipped via next-day or two-day delivery.

Eat'n Park Restaurants is an award-winning family restaurant and bakery chain with 77 locations in three states with more than 8,000 team members company-wide. The chain is a division of the Eat'n Park Hospitality Group based in Pittsburgh. The Eat'n Park Hospitality Group is a portfolio of foodservice concepts focused on personalized dining. Founded in 1949 as a carhop restaurant, today it has grown to include Eat'n Park Restaurants, Parkhurst Dining Services -- the company's contract dining division, providing contract dining services to businesses, universities, and cultural centers, and CURA Hospitality -- providing contract dining and management services for senior living communities.

SOURCE Eat'n Park Restaurants