Dinner in the Box
was a packaged meal introduced at Jack in the Box in the 1980s. Sold from 4-10pm, there were three entrees to choose from: chicken, shrimp, and steak. They were all served with garden salad, garlic bread, and wedge fries. The meal was part of Jack in the Box's efforts to cater to an older, more affluent "yuppie" demographic.