Great service and food. Not really the place you go while on a diet, but it’s almost the definition of “comfort food.” The shop out front was interesting, too. My wife has been known to drop a bundle on nostalgic knick knacks.
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Have eaten at many Cracker Barrel's and have always ordered breakfast (i love the berry topping on the pancakes!) Went outside of my comfort zone and got the lunch special, in this case, turkey & gravy, stuffing, and sweet potatos. Gravy watery, turkey actually tasted...More
Stopped here enroute to Phoenix. Never eaten in a cracker barrell before. Wanted to try something different. The food was mediocre, lots of fried entrees, lots of gravy, not particularly healthy. They didn't serve beer. The service was slow and incomplete. Asked for refill on...More
Very comfortable with an old timey vibe. Lots of old memorabilia. Service is excellent. Food is like eating at Grandma's. Love their big breakfasts with" all the fixns" Lunch and diner items are great also.
We came here looking for dinner and we ended up coming back the following morning for breakfast! This place is lovely, the staff are really nice and genuine. We loved the food and theres plenty of choice. We were surprised it didn't sell alcohol but...More
After a number of disappointing stops the Cracker Barrel was a refreshing change. It started with out host chris who engaged with us and even responded to a bit of British humour. The food was as it should be tasty, fresh and not too large....More
We ate here 10/8. We were seated promptly but apparently the hostess was supposed to mention the specials and failed to do so. Chris, our waiter, was very attentive and acknowledged us immediately. He took our order and brought our salads, but the kitchen sent...More