Stopped in for breakfast on a Saturday morning. Stood at the hostess stand for a bit waiting for someone to great us. Made eye contact with a few staff as we waited, I wouldn't consider it super busy at this time. Once seated we ordered,...More
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No matter where we travel we find consistency at this chain- deep-fried, over-salted, over-breaded, greasy preparations that are sold and consumed as 'food'. We now make it a point to NEVER stay anywhere where this chain is considered by Trip Advisor to be a 'restaurant'...More
I love the neat thing in the store you can buy. You can sit around on the porch and rock in the rocking chairs. You can eat breakfast, lunch or dinner. You have to try the potato casserole.
Cracker Barrel may be a chain, but it's always about the people, and this place has good folk. Cracker Barrel is one of the most consistent places to eat.
My family and I eat here at lease once a month (Mom's favorite). Love the variety because everyone can find something they like. Depending on when you arrive though, you can have quite a wait time for table and also food after you get to...More
Great food, great prices and Even greater service! When we travel we can trust that this chain will not disappoint. Southern hospitality is alive and well at every Cracker Barrel we have ever dined with, be it breakfast, brunch, lunch, supper or diner!
Just like all the other CB restaurants, clean, a good bargain, country, non-fancy menu with good service and nice portions.
After a long drive, I was thrilled to see a Cracker Barrel across the parking lot. I love the opportunity to have vegetables when traveling. I was seated promptly & my server was Shea. She made what would have been a good meal - outstanding....More