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Eat’n Park Introduces New Mobile Website With Nutritional Data

TEat’n Park Restaurants has introduced a mobile-friendly website. Accessible from all smartphones (www.eatnpark.com), the mobile site enables guests to access menus with nutritional information about each item. The site also provides access to menus with nutritional information for special diets, such as vegetarian and gluten-free.

Visitors to the mobile site are greeted with Smiley, Eat’n Park’s mascot, and a table of options. Also prominent on the home page is the restaurant’s soup of the day, always a favorite with Eat’n Park guests. Site visitors can then choose to view the weekly soup schedule, explore the menu and nutritional data, join Smiley’s Email Club, find the Eat’n Park nearest to their location, or read Eat’n Park’s official blog. There also is an option that enables visitors to directly contact the nearest restaurant, and with one touch, they can dial that location’s phone number or get directions to the restaurant.

The menu and nutritional data is broken into easily navigated categories, including appetizers, salads, burgers, dinners, specials, desserts, beverages, and the kids’ menu.  After selecting the ‘Menu & Nutrition’ option, visitors can click the ‘Nutritional Information’ button under any menu item to read the nutritional facts. In addition, the menu item’s individual ingredients are listed, and by simply checking or unchecking an ingredient, the visitor can see how adding or subtracting ingredients affects the nutritional value.

“Now, it’s easier than ever for guests to make healthy choices when dining out,” says Kevin O’Connell, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Eat’n Park Restaurants. “Our guests now have the information right at their fingertips – whether they’re in our restaurants, at home, or out and about – that helps them to make menu choices that fit their needs. So whether you want to know the carbohydrates in an entrée or if today is potato soup day, you can find it all from your smartphone.”

Through the innovative use of Quick Response (QR) coding, guests in Eat’n Park restaurants soon will be able to use their smartphones to scan a QR code on the menu or on a sign in the lobby to instantly direct their browser onto Eat’n Park’s mobile site.

The mobile site can be accessed by typing www.eatnpark.com in a mobile browser window.

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