We have been to Cracker Barrel on numerous occasions and always enjoy the food and shopping. Even if there is a wait sitting on the porch in the comfortable rockers helps pass the time enjoyably.
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Cracker Barrel is very similar from state to state - a good traveler's stop. The gift shops are crowded with items for all ages, and sometimes you can find a bargain or just that special something you you can't live without. The vegetable plates are...More
Came in to celebrate my mother's 71st birthday and it was ruined. It was 10 of us and half of our food wasn't right. My mother ordered a pancake and one egg over easy and I ordered a ribeye med-well with 3 veggies. Other members...More
I have eaten at a lot of Cracker Barrels, so I knew what to expect for the menu. But, we were blown away with the service provided by Amelia. She was awesome. If you stop at this Cracker Barrel, be sure to ask for Amelia.
We were seated right away. They were not busy. After 56 minute wait I asked a random waitress about our order because people that were seated after us were finished and leaving. Our waitress came and asked us what we had ordered because there was...More
They sat us right away and our waitress came up quickly. we ordered the Wildberry pancake deal and a Haddock dinner, both were cooked perfectly.
The food was delicious. And the atmosphere is like your grandparents house, warm and cozy with a fire in the fireplace. Servers were very polite and quick to fill our coffee. We actually ended up eating here for breakfast Saturday and Sunday.
The food is good and reasonably priced. The service is moderate speed and friendly. The style is southern home cooking, with selections of fried, grilled or baked proteins; also low calorie options. While they don't have private dining room to accommodate large groups, they are...More