Typical Cracker Barrel food. Service was nice and friendly. Close to highway. Easy to get in and out.
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Stayed at the Holiday Inn across the highway while traveling to eclipse viewing. When we decided to go out for dinner (Sunday night) I searched restaurants and didn't really see anything that we liked (were actually hoping for a Perkins, our son's favorite, but none...More
Everyone was really nice. Place smelled like urine when you walked in. Not sure if that was from the bathrooms or maybe a dirty mop to clean the floors. Food was hot.
Returning from Savannah after a cancelled fishing trip, my friend Matt and I stopped at this Cracker Barrel for breakfast. We were surprised to be the only ones in the restaurant. The waitress said the college town business doesn't pick up until 10:00. The food...More
We always look forward to our big breakfast outing at Cracker Barrel when traveling. I have probably eaten at over 20 Cracker Barrel's over the years. This one is average or below. Extremely slow service. Order was delivered to the table in segments (main dish...More
Typical Cracker Barrel. Mean that in a good way. The new burger is ok. Just personal preference, I didn't like the sweet sauce. But good quality.
Well, I can honestly say that we have reached the point in our lives where we always look for a Cracker Barrel when we are on the road. It is just easy, usually relatively quick, and they pride themselves on good food and service. The...More
Stopped there on a Saturday morning on our way to Augusta. We ordered two simple breakfasts. We waited for 45 minutes! The waitress came twice and assured us our food would come any minute. I cannot remember having to wait this long for eggs and...More
ive eaten at Cracker Barrels all around the eastern United States...often they serve good food quick...fr this reason ill put up with being forced to march through the stupid shop.in order to eat..but in statesboro it just doesnt add up...or measure up..