MONROE, Mich. — After a five-month hiatus, Johnny Rockets has reopened at the Hampton Plaza in Monroe, Mich. with a new expanded menu, including the re-priced Original Junior hamburger and new dessert and soup options.
The location, which opened in 2008, was closed as its operators surveyed customers to find out what was missing. Now, the new focus is high-quality menu items at affordable prices. “We’re proud to rejoin the Monroe community and offer a revamped menu that features Johnny Rockets classic American fries, hamburgers, shakes and onion rings, along with local favourites at an affordable price,” said Jim Arnold, one of the franchise owners of the Monroe Johnny Rockets. “Our goal is to create a fun atmosphere and gathering place for the Monroe community.”
The community will be able to gather in the 3,400-square-foot facility that will feature an events area designed to accommodate parties and events. New from the kitchen is a junior hamburger with fries, a variety of soup choices and upgraded dessert options, like coconut crème, butterscotch and banana crème pies and an expanded ice-cream sundae menu.