Jack In The Box Overview
Jack in the Box, one of the nation's largest hamburger chains, is based in San Diego, CA. It is an American company with more than 2, 200 restaurants in 21 states. They are a fast food casual restaurant more well known for their quirky TV ads with a man named Jack than anything else. But they also have other unique characteristics that set them apart from the rest of the fast food restaurant chains. Most notably, they are one of the few fast food restaurants that serve everything on their menu all day long. So, if you're having a backwards day you can have a burger and fries for breakfast and then a breakfast waffle sandwich for dinner. Any day you like. Besides the regular, they also have a few secrets within their restaurnats that we're publishing. Yes, the Jack in the Box Menu also has secret items.
The History of Jack In The Box
In 1951, Robert Peterson converted the one of his existing restaurant locations into Jack in the Box, a hamburger stand focused on drive-through service. While the drive-through concept was not new, Jack in the Box offered the innovation of a two-way intercom system, the first major chain to use an intercom and the first to make drive-through service the focus of the operation.
Where Can I Find Jack In The Box Locations?
In total, the chain has 2,200 locations, primarily serving the West Coast of the United States.
What Does Jack In The Box Sell?
Jack in the Box's menu is comprised mainly of hamburgers, chicken, sandwiches, salads, breakfast items, and desserts.