Go Back To The Golden Age Of Drive-Thrus With These Vintage Fast Food Menus

By Jack Ripley | December 16, 2023

Jack In The Box, 1960s, Back When The Bonus Jack Was Known As The Bonusburger

test article image
(reddit)

Ah, the 1960s. A simpler time when Jack In The Box was known for its Bonusburger as well as its tacos. Back then, this classic fast food restaurant served up burgers with two patties, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles and Jack's Secret Sauce, - all on a sesame seed bun. You could also get an order of fries or onion rings to go along with it. If you had a sweet tooth, there were shakes and malts made from real ice cream that would hit the spot. It was a different era back then, but one thing hasn’t changed: the deliciousness of Jack In The Box!

A 1962 McDonald's Menu Featuring Their New Golden Arches

test article image
(reddit)

The 1962 McDonald's menu was a classic! It featured the chain's iconic Golden Arches logo, which had just been introduced that year. The menu included all of your favorite fast food classics like hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries, and shakes. Plus, it offered some unique items such as their special "Triple-Thick Shakes" and the beloved Full-Flavor Orange Drink. Customers could also get an extra treat with the purchase of a drink—a free ice cream cone! With its bright colors and simple design, this vintage menu is sure to bring back fond memories for anyone who remembers visiting McDonald's in the 60s.