Not only are there grits runny, there's not enough to cover even one fried egg. Multigrain toast though is wonderful.
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Had a late lunch here. Service was quick and wait help were very friendly. Will definitely eat here again. I settled for a breakfast meal. The portion wasn't all that large, but, it was good.
On almost every driving trip through the Mid-Atlantic and Southern states we stop at Cracker Barrel. The food is basic, but dependable and a decent value. This one was disappointing. Even though our server had 2 stars, he seemed very new. He got one order...More
Good Country Style Food . They Have A Nice Weekday Lunch Special for $ 5.99 . Just Enough Food and You Don't Leave With That Ate To Much Feeling . Stop In and Enjoy a Nice Meal .
Late at night and they were very friendly. My daughter had the chicken fried steak and an enormous helping of mashed potatoes. My husband had a cheeseburger burger. I had a house salad. No complaints from any of us! Very clean. Very friendly staff. Love...More
We always enjoy Cracker Barrel. Great food and great people. Prices you can afford. We will be back as always.
Play checkers while waiting for your table. At the table there is another game to play. But you came for the food didn't you. Well the food is always great. The price is always right. And the service is always spot on. Not fast food....More
We were there early on October 8th for breakfast before heading back out on the road. I had the Sunrise sampler, while my husband ordered the pumpkin spice pancake special. We both really enjoyed our meal and the service was great as always!
Stopped in here early on Sunday evening after day of sightseeing in the area. The place was busy, but we expected that. Food was good but the best part was our server Seth W. Very courteous, efficient and attentive without intruding. All you could ask...More