This post is sponsored by Jack in the Box: You Never know what you’ll see or hear when you’re facing a brand new day, but Jack in the Box, the fast-food retail chain based in the U.S., has a late night show.
I kid, I kid. It’s actually an video ad for the company that tries to mimic late night shows in its presentation. Have a look for yourself below:
Jack in the Box is an American fast-food restaurant founded in 1951 by Robert O. Peterson in San Diego, California, where it is still headquartered today. In total, the chain has 2,200 locations, primarily serving the West Coast of the United States. Food items include the Jumbo Jack, Sourdough Jack, Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit, and the Ultimate Cheeseburger. The company also operates the Qdoba Mexican Grill chain.
Jack in the Box also offers an Americanized version of ethnic cuisine – such as egg rolls and tacos, along with breakfast burritos and poppers- cream cheese-stuffed, deep-fried jalapeño peppers. New items come in on a rotation every three to four months, including the Philly cheesesteak and the deli style pannidos (deli trio, ham & turkey, zesty turkey) which were replaced by Jack’s ciabatta burger and included the original ciabatta burger and the bacon n’ cheese ciabatta. Jack in the Box also carries seasonal items such as pumpkin pie shakes, Oreo mint shakes, and eggnog shakes during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. In some locations, local delicacies are a regular part of the menu. Locations in Hawaii, for example, include the Paniolo Breakfast (Portuguese sausage, eggs, and rice platter) and teriyaki chicken and rice bowl. In the Southern United States, the company offers biscuits and sweet tea.