Jack’s Family Restaurants’ Collegedale Location Opens To The Public

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Jack’s Family Restaurants, a quick service restaurant network headquartered in Birmingham and boasting more than 220 locations across Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi, has celebrated the opening of its Collegedale location. Located at 9315 Apison Pike Road, the Collegedale Jack’s represents Tennessee’s 19th location.

“We are happy to bring our Southern-style menu and community commitment to the people of Collegedale and surrounding areas,” said Jack’s Family Restaurants CEO Todd Bartmess. “We invite everyone to come by today or stop in and visit with us at their earliest convenience.” 

In celebration of the Collegedale opening, the first 50 customers making a purchase Tuesday will receive free Jack’s breakfast for one month. Additionally, Jack’s will offer 12 weeks of online-exclusive giveaways, prizes and promotions accessible by downloading the Jack’s app.

The newly opened restaurant features the new Jack’s Southern Charm design, allowing guests to watch their biscuits being made from scratch through a large window. An open-style dining room equipped with a large seating area for dine-in, large porch seating areas – equipped with rocking chairs – as well as a drive-thru will also highlight the location.

In addition to providing quality, homemade food to the communities it serves, Jack’s also takes pride in being a strong community partner. To show this support, Jack’s is partnering with both the Chattanooga MOCS and Chattanooga Lookouts. Additionally, those Collegedale-area nonprofits and local organizations seeking fundraising alignments or sponsorships are encouraged to visit eatatjacks.com/donations for more information.

“Our community commitment is as important to us as our Southern food, and we will always be welcome to ways we can positively impact the local Collegedale community,” said Mr. Bartmess.

The opening of a Collegedale location is highlighted by Jack’s current offering of the new Jack’s Wickles Pickles Bacon Burger. Customers can dine in or place their order for pick up at eatatjacks.com. Local catering is also available.


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