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1950s Courtesy of Jeff Levine

1950's - Jack's Hot Dogs, NW 54th Street and 13th Avenue, Miami, Florida

NW 54th Street and 13th Avenue, Miami, Florida

Thank you to Jeff Levine for contributing this image.

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David Martinez 02-Jan-2021 21:49
No, I’m not 168 years old. I just can’t talk and walk at the same time!
David Martinez 02-Jan-2021 21:30
I am glad Nick found this picture. I married a gal that lived at NW 54 Terrace and 13 Ave. We married in 1858 and both are live and still kickin. Dave & Dot.

Guest 13-Aug-2020 18:46
Hi I'm Nick, Tom's son and Barbara's nephew.

I found a pic of the front of the Drive In if you want to post it...
Guest 24-Oct-2014 01:54
After Jack's closed the owners opened a place I think on 95 street ??
jeanne ledbetter 24-Nov-2009 23:02
I have been there so many times and my family from Georgia always wanted to go there. I will always remember the fabulous hot dogs.
Jeff 04-Sep-2009 16:01
Tom and Barbara... You must certainly remember Allied Signs down the street from your Dad's place... Al Eckhardt (or his former partner, "Brownie") took the picture. Brownie owned Knox Signs, and Al bought in as a partner to form Allied-Knox. When Brownie passed away, Al bought out his widow. Al passed away a few year ago...
Guest 08-Feb-2009 19:32
Yes - TOM is my MUCH older brother - as for smarter - well, I guess you all caught the spelling error....
Don Boyd03-Feb-2009 07:07
Thank you Tom and Guest for the address correction to 13th Avenue. Also thank you Tom, Barbara and Gail for adding your comments about how good it was.

Tom Nickolson 02-Feb-2009 19:24
I am Barbara's older and smarter brother. Foot long hot dogs and Fried Shrimp were the special items, Hoppers Liquor Store that is also in the picture was also his in t5he 60's. The correct address was 13 Ave. and NW 54 Street. This picture was taken on the 13 ave side.
Barbara 01-Feb-2009 17:31
Hey everyone - Jack's was my dad!! and you're right - best foot-long hot dogs and chili you ever had. This foto is not the front that shows the actual drive in - I'll look to see if I have one and send it your way. Thanks for some great memories!!
Gail17-Nov-2008 21:02
Jacks had THE best hot dogs you ever wanted to taste, and the buns were different too..just makes my mouth water to have one again..
bracciodiferro 26-May-2008 05:40
Great images!
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Guest 03-Oct-2007 15:12
My grandfather had one of these Rambler's the same year and model as these cabs. I sure would love to have one to drive around town now! Inside they were huge, and very comfortable.