Park Place is the Place to Go for… Everything!

By on May 25, 2016

You know you’re in the right place when you get a big warm welcome and the first thing you see is a case filled with delicious sweets like cheesecake, chocolate mousse treats and carrot cake.

park_place_diner_frontThat place is the Park Place restaurant and bakery on Route 272, not far from the Denver exit to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The Park Place is owned by brothers Louie and Tony Antonellos, who have been welcoming people for more than 12 years.

Some people may still remember the location as the former Zinn’s Diner, with Amos out in front. He no longer stands in front of the beautifully updated restaurant and bakery. Instead, the Park Place has a fresh, open look with plenty of seating inside. There are actually three dining areas, including a casual seating area, a fancier dining room and a counter area that’s right next to those tasty baked goods.

“We have customers who come in several times a week, and some come in as often as three times a day,” says Louie.

That should be no surprise. The menu at Park Place is so huge, you could come in everyday and still get something different each time. Of course, lots of people have their favorites and the Park Place staff caters to these dedicated regulars. They get to know your name and just how you like your coffee or your eggs over easy with light toast.

By the way, Park Place has breakfast all day. That means that you can enjoy all the Park Place breakfast goodies like farm fresh eggs cooked to order, all sorts of omelets, pancakes, French toast, Belgian waffles, creamed chipped beef, eggs Benedict and fresh fruit. Hearty appetites love the Breakfast Combos, like the Lumber Jack with French toast, eggs, sausage, bacon and ham, or the Hungry Man Breakfast with pancakes, three eggs, sausage, park_place_diner_insidebacon and ham.

That’s only breakfast! Lunch offers choices like club sandwiches, paninis, Reubens, French dip, cheesesteaks, salads, soups, tuna melts, wraps, burgers, beef gyro, chicken Margarita sandwich and lots more. Diner classics include all your favorites, such as chicken croquettes, lasagna, roast turkey, grilled chicken breast, meatloaf, fried chicken, pasta dishes and stir-fried dishes.

Park Place has an abundance of seafood, including salmon, broiled shrimp, broiled sea scallops, fried flounder, jumbo lump crabcakes and seafood platters. Meats range from Porterhouse steak to pork chops to baby back ribs. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, they have tender, juicy prime rib.

Every day has lots of daily specials. There are also Early Bird specials for just $8.29 for  dinner choices like meatloaf, chicken breast, eggplant parmigiana, baked ham and cheese ravioli, with soup, vegetable and dessert. It’s available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday- Thursday and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  There are also kids menu items, Greek selections and tasty bakery treats. Be sure to check out the customer loyalty program. When you purchase a gift/rewards card for $30 or more, you get an additional 10% on the card. You can use it as often as you like with no expiration date.

Park Place offers free WiFi in the restaurant, which is great for people who want to have business meetings or get work done in a relaxing setting.

Park Place is located at 2270 N. Reading Road, Denver. Hours are daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, call 336-2210 or check the website at www.dineatparkplace.com.

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