Just five weeks after big crowds welcomed the grand opening of Cincinnati's first Jack in the Box restaurant, the popular Southern California-based chain is at it again.
Monday, Oct. 29, Jack in the Box will open its second area restaurant, at 5234 Ridge Ave.
Doors open at 9:00 a.m. following an 8:45 a.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A special giveaway is planned for the first 500 guests.
WHAT: Grand opening of Cincinnati's (and Ohio's) second Jack in the Box restaurant
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 29 at 9 a.m. (Ribbon cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m.)
WHERE: Jack in the Box restaurant located at 5234 Ridge Ave., near I-71
WHO: Jack in the Box officials and hungry guests
Guests will be able to enjoy Jack's expansive menu, which includes premium products like the 100% Sirloin Burger, as well as classics like the Ultimate Cheeseburger, Sourdough Jack and Jack's Spicy Chicken® Sandwich.
Few quick-serve restaurants can match the chain's variety of side items, including its new Chili Cheese Curly Fries, or the dessert menu, which includes a Chocolate Overload Cake, Mini Churros and Real Ice Cream Shakes, like the seasonal Pumpkin Pie and Egg Nog flavors. Variety is also prominent on Jack's Value Menu with products ranging from Chicken Nuggets (5 for $1.29) to tacos (2 for 99 cents) - prices exclude tax. Jack in the Box also features a broad selection of breakfast products, from croissant and biscuit sandwiches to the Jumbo Breakfast Platter, which is loaded with mini pancakes, scrambled eggs, hash browns and a choice of bacon or sausage. Unlike many of its major competitors, the full Jack in the Box menu, including breakfast, is available all day every day.
Managed by Deondre Perry and staffed with more than 120 local residents, the new Jack in the Box restaurant features a bright and inviting dining room designed to be flexible and comfortable.
The design uses warmer lighting, rich materials and a vibrant color palette punctuated with a dynamic graphics package. Amenities include decorative pendant lighting, ceramic tile floors, graphic wall hangings, and a mix of seating styles, including booths and high-top tables.
The dining room can accommodate up to 67 guests, while patio seating can accommodate an additional 31 guests outside. The new restaurant will feature 24/7 drive-thru and dining-room service.