Snoop Dogg to “Snoopify” Inglewood Jack in the Box

Jack in the box taken over Dogg in the Box

The long-standing relationship between Jack in the Box and Snoop Dogg is just getting started. The fast food franchise has been openly marketing to consumers for years, and Snoop needs no introduction to the cannabis community. In their latest collab, Snoop fans in Los Angeles can enjoy Dogg in a Box, a Snoop Dogg takeover of the Inglewood location from June 30th through July 2nd.

The rapper has “Snoopified” parts of the menu, turning burgers into “bizurgers” and chicken sandwiches into “mother cluckers.” Those who venture in can also score a limited edition SnoopShake, a combination of vanilla and orange that calls back to the icon’s favorite popsicle.

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It’s not only the food being made over, either. The ambiance will get a little “izzle.” Decorations will be adorned with images of Snoop, and guests will be listening to a playlist curated by the rapper.

Rendering of Snoop Dogg x Jack in the Box takeover provided by Small Girls PR for Jack in the Box.

Those who want to remember the experience can buy limited edition 90’s-themed merch. Get a pic sitting on Snoop’s throne or taking a selfie in front of a Jack & Snoop mural, and spot themed lowriders in activations celebrating Jack, Snoop, and Los Angeles culture.

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Snoop in the Box Inglewood takeover comes a few weeks after the fast food chain announced “Snoop’s Munchie Meal.” A limited edition box containing an extra saucy, super cheesy chicken burger with fries on top, a classic taco, Brownie Bites, medium curly fries, and a drink. The Munchie Meal will be available through August 6th, including the Snoopified menu this weekend.

Freebies, giveaways, and surprises will also be on the table nightly from 5 to 9 pm during the Inglewood Jack in the Box takeover. The fun doesn’t stop until Sunday, July 2nd.

Cara Wietstock is Senior Content Producer of and has been working in the cannabis space since 2011. She has covered the cannabis business beat for Ganjapreneur and The Spokesman Review. You can find her living in Bellingham, Washington with her husband, son, and a small zoo of pets.