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  • Erin M.

    My favorite thing here is the ability to walk around the store and see all of the cool things while you wait for your food. The food is absolutely amazing. My favorite thing to get is their French toast. It is amazing and just melts in your mouth.

  • Catherine K.

    One good thing about a chain like Cracker Barrel is that you know what you're going to get. On a Tuesday morning before a funeral, my husband and I went here to get some comfort food. Service was friendly and efficient, and the food was good. (What do they put in that hashbrown casserole? Crack?!)

  • Carrie H.

    Stopped in here while passing through the area. My son ordered a pancake and I order the special Campfire Chicken. Ten mins after I ordered the server came back to let me know they no longer had the chicken and I could order something else...and the pancake is done. "Do you want me to bring that out now or hang on to it and bring it out together?" Yuck. I don't want a restaurant to ever hold food to sit and get old while waiting on something to come out that I haven't even ordered yet! So the pancake came out. I asked for extra biscuits while I waited on my food to come and they didn't come until my food did. I'll blame my bad experience on the server and not the restaurant...but coming from a person that previously worked as a trainer is a restaurant...they should have known when something was no longer available.

  • Mallory L.

    Had an excellent combination of breakfast and lunch food. And the service was even better!

  • Jamie A.

    I have loved Cracker Barrel ever since I was a little kid. My husband jokes that it's where old people go to eat but occasionally I can convince him to eat there. We went on a busy Saturday afternoon. The place was almost full but there was no wait. Everyone we encountered was super friendly. Our waitress was chatty and nice. The food is the same as any other CB. Nothing has changed. I always get their chicken tender dinner. Their mac n cheese and hashbrown casserole are amazing. My husband likes their biscuits and gravy. Growing up, we only ever went to CB when we were driving to Florida for summer vacation. I'm happy to have one 20 minutes away over in Richmond now!

  • Joshua G.

    I love me some Cracker Barrel. My ultimate comfort food is country fried steak doused in white gravy with mashed potatoes and corn. This place supplies that hankering and does it with a smile. All the waitresses are older and are extremely kind. I've always had good service here and gotten my food quickly. It's usually crowded with the older population like all the other Cracker Barrels are. I always get the raspberry lemonade in a frosty mug because it is just that extra something that does it for me. I'll always come here as long as they are serving that country fried steak so don't stop Cracker Barrel!

  • Lina M.

    This is the kind of homemade breakfast that reminds me of Grandma's cooking. Dinner is pretty good too. So good, so fatty, so yummy. I can't resist every time I visit Indiana. This is the kind of food my mom grew up eating and boy do I like it! Here's things I would highly recommend: Old Timer's Breakfast: 2 eggs, grits, gravy, homemade biscuits, homemade butter, choice of fried apples or hash browns, choice sausage or turkey patties, or bacon. Grandpa's Country Fried Breakfast: same as above just with either country fried chicken or steak. The homemade butter, biscuits and gravy are all to die for! Pancakes are all homemade and are so fluffy, light and good. The 100% homemade syrup doesn't hurt either. Dinner: Homemade Chicken and Dumplings OMG delish! Big chunks of chicken and good sized dumplings. Chicken livers in gravy, that gravy is soooo good! Chicken pot pie, ummmm homemade! Good. Nuff said. Key words here HOMEMADE, GRAVY, GOOD, YUMMY!

  • Nobuyuki S.

    I haven't been to a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in the 21st century. They still make you think it's the 1930s when you step up to the building. My parents liked the rockers that Cracker Barrel keeps on the front porch so much that they bought a pair like it from somewhere in Tennessee. When the restaurant was too busy, my grandparents, parents, and aunts and uncles would be sitting in the rockers, waiting for tables to be freed. At 6 a.m., you don't have to wait. All the tables are free of customers. I don't remember the last time I went somewhere for breakfast and I was the first. On the road, I usually skip the motel's free breakfast because I'm always 10 minutes late. At Cracker Barrel, nothing is free, but the smiles and the friendly attitude of the staff was close to that. I always wonder about this location because they're always looking for help, and strangely, they advertise for jobs in Spanish as well as English. So, I ordered Gravy & Biscuits, Plain Hash Browns, and a small skim milk (got to compromise somewhere since the gravy has loads of fat). $8.21 isn't bad, though you can have the Hash Brown Casserole (cheese, bread crumbs added?) and get the same price. You get 3 biscuits and a bowl of gravy on a plate, the hash browns cover 75 % of another plate, and the small milk is an 8 ounce container. I thought that the milk was incredibly expensive for $1.99 since I had get a gallon (120 more ounces) at Aldi for the same price. They did a reasonable job, but this isn't home-cooked food. It doesn't remind me of any relatives' or friend's relatives' cooking, unfortunately. The hash browns, as you can see in the photo were cooked on one side, then flipped and cooked on the other side. The majority were white, chilly to lukewarm, and barely cooked. The biscuits were baked well and fluffy and tender. The sausage gravy lacked pepper. I'm sure the recipe was not supposed to offend anyone but go anywhere in 6 states, and you won't find such a mild recipe anywhere else. What's wrong with this? Nothing, really. I like a bit more taste and they have to appeal to the widest variety of people. The food was better, once I did a little doctoring. I would imagine this appeals to anyone 60 or older, especially those who didn't live near a coast.

  • Brian J.

    I like things that are deep fried and covered in gravy. So this is the place for me! We received fantastic service on a Sunday afternoon while the restaurant was absolutely packed. It's rare to receive such good service when a restaurant is that busy. Also, is it just me, or is pretty much every Cracker Barrel location incredibly difficult to get to? It seems the general location is always, turn at a traffic light a few blocks away, and then wind your way down pot-hole covered back roads until you find their magical parking lot.

  • Petros H.

    No surprises here, you get what you pay for! and for what you pay, you get quite a bit!!!

  • Scott M.

    The place had 5 cars in front of it at 8 in the morning, I was a little nervous with the lack of cars. But, the food was great.

  • Goose R.

    I finally was able to go to one of these places after hearing my sister how much she loved it. There aren't any on California. So on my relocation trip to the mid west I ran into one. The place looks like a store out of a musical western technicolor movie. Place is a mix of a store and and a restaurant. I like the fact that they had a lot of senior citizens working in it. Portions were generous and they had a ton of confort food choices. I went for the grilled trout with it was OK. I was going for healthy compared to flavor so it was OK for trout. Customer service was real good.

  • Bill O.

    Roadtripping back from ohio after a weekend of ncaa tourny bball and we get stuck in a snowstorm and have a sleepover in richmond sunday night. Fresh up monday morning and of course first choice is to stop at a cracker barrel before being on our way. It was everything that you would expect from a CB except on this particular Monday morning we were pleasantly surprised to find some very above average waitresses dishing out the usual biscuits and fried apples. Of course they had the stalwart lineup of old lady servers but with a nice crop of 20 year old country females peppered into their ranks to make this an above average experience. If the country ham on my sunrise sampler had been a bit fresher this reviewer would have had no problem dishing out 5 stars. If they roll this deep on a Monday morning you can't help but wonder what the A team friday night squad brings to the pun intended. PS Michelle was a dime

  • Brandy S.

    Everybody has that one restaurant that they love more than any other. For me, it's the Cracker Barrel. Since I don't live in a town next to a freeway, there's always a bit of a drive before we get to one, but every time we get a chance, I make sure I stop by. Last night's meal consisted of my mother and myself. She ordered the Friday Special - the catfish and hushpuppies, along with a baked potato, biscuits, and cole slaw. For myself, I got the meatloaf with cornbread, hashbrown casserole, macaroni and cheese and fries. Both meals were fantastic, and my piece of meatloaf was the largest piece I have ever seen, in terms of thickness. Great portion sizes, to be sure. We knew immediately that we would be taking part of it home, and even with all of this food we still made it out of there well under $20, which allowed for me to do a bit of shopping in the store out front. Late July is a pretty good time to come by if you are wanting to find some bargains, since they have to make room for the Christmas displays, which the cashier told me will go up next week. Just like Kendra from the Girls Next Door would say about the Olive Garden - I love me some Cracker Barrel. :-P

  • Russ R.

    Cracker Barrel is a chain, so it's no mystery what you get there. My issue on this visit was not the food but the service. This particular location gets overloaded when there's a dinner rush, and they seem to be unable to deal with anything more than a half-full dining room. On previous visits, they've shoved tables so close to each other that you can barely walk through the restaurant or get to your table. On this visit, it seems that a half-hour wait for a table wasn't enough--the waitress forgot to put in our order to the kitchen because when we saw her a half-hour later and asked for drink refills and such, she had a shocked look on her face and immediately returned from the kitchen with free biscuits and said that our drinks (my Coke, my wife's water, and the three drinks the kids got for free with their meals) were comped. By the time they offered to let me speak to a manager, it had been 2 hours and I didn't feel like waiting around further. If you're on the interstate, I would drive further up the road and go to a restaurant where the wait staff has better skills.

  • S W.

    Took the wife out for mothers day. They were busy! We waited 45 min for a table. We both had the fish plater and it was great. We left stuffed and smiling. There gift shop is nice too. This place is just my style. The people were very nice and friendly. We rarely eat out due to my engine 2 diet, but the food is as close to home cooking as you can get.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :6:00 am - 10:00pm
  • Mon : 6:00 am - 10:00pm


  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

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