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Eat'n Park closing Boardman, New Castle restaurants

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Pittsburgh based family restaurant chain Eat'n Park plans to close six restaurants in Ohio and Pennsylvania, including the locations in Boardman and New Castle.

Those restaurants, as well as those in Willoughby, Chapel Hill, Medina, and Mentor, Ohio, will close on Sunday, February 17, 2019.

The Eat'n Park locations in Austintown, Warren and Hermitage will remain open.

Employees are being an offered a chance to transfer to another Eat'n Park Hospitality Group location or to receive severance, according to a news release.

Each affected team member has been offered the opportunity to transfer to another Eat’n Park

Hospitality Group location or to receive severance.

Eat’n Park plans to install pickup windows and remodel 30 restaurants across eastern Ohio, western PA, and West Virginia over the next 3-5 years.

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