North Cullman Jack’s redesigned to allow for better entry and exit

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(Sara Gladney for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – The recently renovated Jack’s restaurant on Hwy 157 was rebuilt due to a scheduled review of each of the Jack’s Family Restaurant properties. The old building was an earlier prototype and project manager Dale Bright with St. John’s and Associates said that the company hopes to bring in more customers with the freshened look of the building and the reconstruction of Hwy 157 soon to be completed.

The updated restaurant, which held its Grand Reopening on Monday, was designed to allow for better entry and exit into the parking lot. Bright stated, “We’ve redesigned the site so that when 157 gets open, its only one direction each way, and they’ve got a back entrance on the back side of the property.” For customers driving East, the only way to turn into the property is at the red light.

The new building features Jack’s Southern Charm design, which includes a large, open-concept dining room filled with natural light and a window through which guests can see their biscuits being made from scratch, porch seating with rocking chairs and a porch window.

To celebrate the Grand Reopening, the company is offering 12 weeks of online-exclusive giveaways, prizes and promotions. For more information on the online-exclusive offers, download the Jack’s app (https://www.eatatjacks.com/pages/rewards/).

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