Easter Sunday is right around the corner and Kings has a special that the whole family can enjoy! Join us this Easter for a Kings Oven Roasted Turkey Dinner with FREE slice of Coconut Cream Pie! Sliced Turkey Breast, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, Soup or Salad, Vegetable, Dinner Roll AND slice of Coconut Cream Pie for ONLY $10.99 … awesome!

Kings Easter Sunday Special

Please note that all Kings locations are closing at 4pm on Easter Sunday.

Looking for more? Check out the full Kings Main Menu with great options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and everything in between. Kings Family Restaurants is proud to serve the best value meals in the ‘Burgh since 1967. Click HERE to view our Main Menu.

Don’t forget about the Kings 3 Rivers Dinner! The certified fan favorite is ONLY $9.99 and comes with Sirloin steak, golden fried shrimp, chicken tenders, baked potato, soup or salad AND a dinner roll. View the details HERE.

The Kings Shadyside Cinnamon Swirl Breakfast is served all day for only $5.99! Two pieces of Jenny Lee Cinnamon Swirl french toast with 2 eggs, 2 bacon, link sausage and hash browns. Click HERE for more details.

It’s a New Day at Kings Family Restaurants! Kings is remodeling all of our 30 locations and keeping things FRESH! With 30 locations all over the Pittsburgh area, you’re never too far away from Kings Goodness. Visit any of our locations today and find out what everyone in town is buzzing about. To find the Kings Family Restaurant nearest you, click HERE.

Remember to take your Kings $2.00 off coupon with you before you go! Print it off HERE and enjoy Kings at an even better price! Please note that the Kings $2.00 off coupon is not valid for limited time only specials.

Happy Easter, Kings Family! See you soon!

Kings. Pittsburgh’s Family Restaurants. Life, Eat It Up!™

4 replies
  1. Marilyn
    Marilyn says:

    The Kings in Center Twp. – Monaca, PA – is the best place to eat … fast service … friendly staff …. good food … reasonable prices. My Dad, age 98, a WWII Vet loves eating there. I really like when you have specials like the 3-Rivers Dinner … outstanding!!!

  2. pj
    pj says:

    My husband, son and I used to go to Kings regularly. We LOVED that special breakfast (forget what it was called). You know the one: choice of eggs, pancakes (for which a waffle could be substituted) & a third choice that escapes me, as I always got the waffle. With your order you got your choice of 2 sausages or two strips bacon and you could choose from several of potato sides. I always chose the cheesy home fries, There were certain days and times that you could get a nice reduction in price on the breakfast special, which was the icing on the cake! In addition, we loved your soups and the lg serving was, IN FACT, large. It isn’t anymore. And it was always such a joy to get the birthday notice and come in and get a free treat after dinner. That was changed and somehow made less, but I forget exactly how you worked that. We went in once after the corporate bosses decided that Pitts was everyone’s hometown & the wait staff started wearing Pitts shirts. We were woefully disappointed. My husband loved some kind of hoagie/sub that you still had on the menu; but you had to pay extra for virtually each veggie, etc that you wanted on the sandwich; and the cost of each addition was ridiculous, and you even had to pay the same price for onions as you did for mushrooms! In addition, almost everything we ordered was a bit smaller. And maybe it was because all of that just left a sour taste in our mouths; but I swear the taste and the quality of many of your food choices were inferior to what we had gotten in the past. To be fair, we returned 3 wks later to be certain that we were not just suffering from the “Leave a good thing alone” syndrome, and we tried again. It was still unsatisfactory and we have not been back since; nor shall we ever go back. We now go to 3 different, individually owned restaurants: one up the street in Hollidaysburg, one in the adjoining city of Altoona and one that is a lovely 1/2 hour drive on a beautiful country road to get to. At each one we can get a fabulous, large portioned, old fashioned greasy spoon breakfast. It is not always uniformly the same; but it is always DELICIOUS! Their prices and serving sizes can’t be beat! AND they are authentically hometown joints, where everybody knows the waitresses names, without them having to wear a name tag. AND we are supporting local owners instead of faceless corporate masters.

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