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Fourth of July at Jacks American Brasserie

When it comes to celebrating Independence Day, nobody rocks it like Jacks American Brasserie.

2014 will be the country’s 238th birthday, and with no exception there will be festive happenings before, during and after the Fourth of July.

We are delighted to offer free apple pie with ice cream with your meal, when you mention the Euro Weekly Newspaper.

Come and celebrate with us! Stay cool, have a few margaritas and watch the World Cup quarter finals on our huge screens on Friday, July 4.

The American brasserie, on the front line of Puerto Banus and Puerto Marina, offers a wide range of family favourites all freshly made on the premises. The helpful staff and classic food has made Jacks an all American legend on the Coast.


Puerto Banus: 952813625

Puerto Marina: 952563673


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