Great breakfast and buffet plus you get some history. I would definitely try this if your new in town or just passing through. This can very well be your new favorite restaurant.
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We ate here because we were in Jackson for the Casey Jones Museum and this restaurant was across the parking lot. Also, it was touted in most of the tourist literature we picked up. Maybe they were having a bad day, but it was very...More
This southern buffet had something for everyone. Soups, a variety of salads, country vegetables, meats, breads, and desserts were offered at a most reasonable price.
We arrived in Jackson in the early evening and after finding a hotel I took my wife to this restaurant/buffet for I was in Jackson months before but was unable to go here so this was a golden opportunity for us, little did we know...More
Unappealing atmosphere. Melamine plates, thin cheap silverware. Buffet mostly canned & frozen vegetables without any seasoning. Cheap cuts of meat, fried & roast chicken & meatloaf. All unappealing in appearance & taste. Pale barely tea flavored water. Cracker Barrel is upper end compared to this...More
Average. I don't care for restaurants in the business of feeding the masses,but that is what this restaurant is about. We went for Sunday breakfast. Had a hard time getting 1 refill on a cuppa coffee. They ran out of bacon before we got any....More
We had dinner and breakfast here while were in Jackson. This place is similar to Cracker Barrel, with a store that you walk through to get to the restaurant. The dinner and breakfast buffets are approx. $25 for 2 people. The dinner buffet consisted of...More
We really enjoy Old Country Store! The buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner is great. Plus the store is fun to visit and our kids have loved it.