In this photo taken on Sept. 6, 2018, Jack’s Pizza and Jack’s Pizzeria in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The pizza chain has become a staple in Fort Miami and surrounding communities.
The pizzeria is the latest to open up in Fort Florida in recent months, after other outlets in the area were shuttered or closed due to Hurricane Irma.
In this Sept. 9, 2018 photo, jack’s pizza stands outside of a store in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept 10, 2018.
The chain announced in August that it would reopen and reopen again in a few weeks, according to The Miami Herald.
The Fort Lauderdale location has also been offering the pizza on Sundays since March.
This September, a customer at Jack’s said she didn’t like the taste of the pizza and decided to go somewhere else to eat, according the Herald.
(Published Friday, Sept. 11, 2018) A few months later, the franchise owner told the Herald he was happy with the new location.
“The customers are really happy with it,” said Jack’s owner Joe F. Sanchez.
“It’s been really great for us.
The customers come out here and get what they need, which is what we’re trying to do.”
It’s been a busy summer for Jack’s, as the chain has opened locations in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Fort Lauderdale.
The company is expected to open a second Fort Lauderdale outlet this month.
A few weeks ago, the Fort Lauderdale franchise owner said the franchisee was in talks with the owner of another Fort Lauderdale Pizza and opened up a second Jack’s in July.
The two restaurants will be open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and customers will be able to order pizzas and take home a side of fries or salad.
(See video below for more information on what to expect at the two locations.)