Diverse brands; unified focus.
Started as a single car-hop style restaurant in Pittsburgh in 1949, Eat'n Park Hospitality Group has grown into a portfolio of regional foodservice concepts focused on personalized dining. We now serve more than 50 million guests every year in our restaurants, on college and corporate campuses, in retirement communities and hospitals, and in every state, through our online store.
Our brands include:
Despite the diversity of our brands, there's a common focus throughout every branch of our organization: PEOPLE. From the thousands of guests, clients, residents, and visitors that we serve every day in each of our locations, to the nearly 10,000 team members who are at the heart of our company…we care about people.
We're committed to treating our guests, team members, and clients like friends, serving outstanding food and, above all, doing the right thing. We love what we do, and we love making people smile. In fact, we think of ourselves as more than just a business; we're a neighbor, an engaged partner. And as such, we're dedicated to doing our best to make the communities we serve as strong and vital as possible. We are a leader in the dining industry when it comes to sustainability, and our volunteerism program has been recognized by the National Points of Light Foundation.
At Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, we want to hire the best and brightest individuals to help us grow and achieve continued success. Our team members enjoy a small company feel with the support of a large organization. It doesn't matter where you start or which brand you call your own. Opportunities for growth are abundant for high-energy individuals who are dedicated to creating a culture of culinary excellence. If you have a passion for teamwork and being involved with the community, then you have what it takes to be successful at Eat'n Park Hospitality Group.
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