Parkhurst Dining Services


Fiscal 2013 Sales Volume: $131,900,000

In the past year, Parkhurst installed its first self-service c-store, the PNC 500 Market, in the PNC Building in Pittsburgh. It offers a mix of fresh grab-and-go foods along with various packaged snacks, beverages and non-food sundries in a small (600-700-sq.ft.) footprint that is unmanned except at peak hours.

Parkhurst has also opened a number of new venues in its site operations, such as the Red Ring Bar & Grille at Duquesne University, Iggy’s Market at Loyola University-Baltimore and the Yorktown Café at Robert Morris University . One new multi-site concept is Build-a-Burger, which gives diners customized half-pound burgers with a choice of fresh, local, sustainable ingredients.

In partnership with other units of parent company Eat ‘n Park, Parkhurst is engaging in a new talent management program that allows employees to advance their careers across the different divisions.


Ranking #21


Parkhurst Dining Services

Contact Information
285 E. Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120
(412) 464-3000


Sales Volume
2013: $132
2012: $113
2011: $103.2

No. of Contracts
2013: 53
2012: 47

Segments Served:
College/University (75%), B&I (20%), Museums/Perf. Art Ctrs. (5%)


   Jeff Broadhurst, CEO
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