For roughly ten dollars, Cracker Barrel serves a huge amount of country cooking, the main, three sides, corn bread and biscuit. I couldn't finish it all.
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It was our first time to Cracker Barrel. Menu is very diverse, prices are really good. Cafeteria style eating with tables all beside each other. Kids all ate chicken fingers and I had chicken and dumplings. I am sure they were good but for me,...More
We never visited a Cracker Barrel but we were staying at the hotel next door and it was the obvious choice. I cannot explain what a pleasant experience that was, everything about it was unique and pleasing.
Traveling thru the area solo on a Tuesday, stopped here for dinner. Ordered the Fried Catfish Dinner (1 piece) with red skin potatoes and the new Brussel Sprouts and Kale salad. All were delish! I'd not tried the Sprouts & Kale salad yet and it...More
Arrived for breakfast at 6AM on April 1st, 2017. As always, service was quick and efficient. I had Sourdough French Toast which was the best I have ever had in my 75 years. My travel companion however asked for an omelet which was not on...More
Cracker Barrel is perhaps the best restaurant with great value and quality ratio, when one is on the road. A good variety of American dishes with healthy choices: salad, fish, meat, burgers, drinks. A pleasant place to dine, fast friendly and professional service, clean bathrooms...More
Had soup or dinner, it is just enough to satisfy your hunger, with out overeating. I would stay at the Motel 6, right next door, it is just being remodeled, we chose the Sleep Inn, which was way over priced.
Stopped while on a recent road trip. One meal was marginal. Roast beef with potatoes and beans. Beans were served with the cooking liquid which overcame the reast of the meal. Would have sent it back, but was on a time schedule. Kitchen and wait...More