Pittsburgh-based Palace Entertainment bought Adventureland from the Krantz family in Des Moines last year for at least $24.5 million. There will be nine new rides introduced this year.
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None, but most of Palace is. They rented out space in the Waterfront in the office building near Eat n Park -- I believe they have a sign out front now. All of the decision makers are in Pittsburgh, though it's possible that some IT or other support staff are still out of California.
On your birthday you get free stickies with a scoop of ice cream.
I have to go to St. Clairsville or Akron for Eat n Park.
Gawd, I haven't been to an Eat n Park in almost five years now, last time I was in the Mon Valley. There is nothing really like it SoCal....
Every Friday night in Altoona, PA, my twenty-something year old friends and I would meet at Eat-n-Park after the mall closed. Sometimes there were fifty of us, or more. The wait staff hated us, because some in our group didn't tip, and the cheap kids would sit there all night and dink hot tea and nothing else. I always overtipped to make up for it.
Saturday nights, after my band played an all-age concert, we'd all meet at Denny's, and it was usually even more of us.
Wait, what is this topic about again?
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