Jack’s Old Fashion Hamburger House Celebrates 40 Years!

Jack’s Old Fashion Hamburger House has hit the milestone of 40 years of burger service in South Florida. Throughout the month of July stop in at one of their 2 locations (Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano Beach) to join in on the celebration. July 8th looks particularly good since the original burger will be sold at the initial price of 85 cents from 1972.

Check out that Burger Crust!

 

Fort Lauderdale Jack’s:

July 4th –  Noon: Jack Seiler, Mayor of Fort Lauderdale, is going to visit us to kick off the month and cut our Birthday Cake.

July 8th – 10:30 AM – 9:30 PM: Original Burger at the Original Price in 1972: 85¢ (Limit 2 per customer)

July 15th – 4-7 PM: Antique Car Show

 

Pompano Jack’s:

July 6th – 1 PM: Lamar Fisher, Mayor of Pompano Beach, will visit and cut the Birthday cake.

July 8th – 10:30 AM – 9:30 PM: Original Burger at the Original Price in 1972: 85¢ (Limit 2 per customer)

July 21st – 4-8 PM: Open Antique Car Show, this show will feature a large number of cars and a D.J.

On random days at Both Locations, customers can draw a prize from their Birthday Box. Both Locations will offer Sweet Treats (complimentary desserts) on various days throughout the month.

Celebrate With Jack’s:

Jack’s Old Fashion Hamburger House
4201 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
954-565-9960

or

Jack’s Old Fashion Hamburger House
591 S Cypress Rd Pompano Beach, FL
954-942-2844

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  • Great to see Jacks on your site. 40 years of pumping out some great burgers and yet they are not on your Approved list. Why is that?

  • Oh yeah. Jacks on Federal Hwy is in the City of Oakland Park. I grew up in OP and nothing against the Mayor of Ft. Lauderdale but the OP Mayor should have been cutting the cake. Not that anyways cares but I do.