Jack in the Box’s restaurant of the future is designed to meet the continuing demand for drive-thru service and mobile ordering.
The quick-service burger chain debuted an off-premise-only prototype with the opening of a location in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At only1,350-sq.-ft. and with no interior seating, the restaurant features a double y-lane drive-thru, a walk-up window for ordering and dual assembly kitchens. It also has a dedicated pick-up window for mobile and third-party delivery orders.
Eye-catching design elements include a “big red box” on the façade that pays homage to the brand’s namesake, and exterior lighting that turns to Jack in the Box’s signature purple to signify its late-night menu hours.Chain Store Age