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Jack in the Box to host grand opening celebration Monday

September 13, 2012  |  Jack in the Box
Jack In The Box

Cincinnati Enquirer

Southern-California based Jack in the Box will open its first Ohio location in West Chester Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and special giveaways.

The ribbon cutting will take place at 8:45 a.m., after which the fast-food chain will open its doors at 9. According Jack in the Box spokesman Brian Luscomb, a special giveaway is planned for the first 500 guests.

The West Chester location, 7425 Tylersville Road, is located off I-75 (off the Tylersville exit), in an old gas station lot that is directly next to a Long John Silver’s.

In addition to that location, Jack in the Box is planning to open its second restaurant in Cincinnati at 5234 Ridge Ave. in Pleasant Ridge across the street from Burlington Coat Factory, off I-71. That location is projected to open in mid-October.

According to Luscomb, the new restaurant in West Chester is staffed with more than 130 local residents and features a bright and inviting dining room, which can accommodate up to 52 guests inside and 15 guests on its patio. The restaurant will also feature 24/7 drive-thru and dining-room service.

For those who are not familiar with the hamburger chain based out of San Diego, it features a diverse menu.

“We feature hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, French fries, ice cream shakes and some of the core products that are typical of a fast-food hamburger restaurant,” Luscomb said. “But we also offer choices like teriyaki chicken bowls, chicken fajita pitas, salads, stuffed jalapenos, egg rolls – items that you don’t typically find or are not offered at major chains.”

Also unlike other fast-food chains, Jack in the Box offers its full menu, all day, so customers can order breakfast at night or a burger in the morning. The chain is also known for its inexpensive tacos, which are two for $1.

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