At breakfast and lunch, the cars’ stretched along U.S. Highway 52 waiting to get inside the jack’s parking-lot,
And that’s no “April Fool’s day” joke.
For the first time in Slocomb’s 119-year existence, the town has a “fast-food” chain restaurant. With the dining room “closed”
Due to the coronavirus, employees came out to help lessen the drive-thru line by taking orders’ for curbside service.
Management of the Birmingham-based restaurant say they were “amazed” by today’s opening residents say it’ll keep them
closer to home when dining out.
Jack’s regional manager David Denmark tells WDHN that the company plans to
build restaurants in Northwest, Florida. He did not specify which towns they’ll build in.