Gave our name at check in. Never called for a table. Checked at desk after 20 minutes, they had no record of our party. Waited another 10 minutes for a table. Had a person in a wheelchair in our party and was seated at a...More
1 - 10 of 728 reviews
We visited two times. Every thing was wonderful. The food, excellent and truly delectable. On the first visit the waitress was fabulous and exceeded our expectations with attentive service, kindness and a joyful spirit. We felt welcomed making our visit even more enjoyable. The overall...More
Should have realised when we arrived and there were no ques or waiting for a table, that we were in for a less than terrific experience. The menu looked great and selections were made, nothing arrived as requested and none of it was hot, just...More
We nearly didn't go to a cracker barrel as we were disappointed when visiting during our holidays over the last couple of years. However this year we were pleasently supprised. The service was excellent and we were well looked after. We enjoyed our first visit...More
We went on a Sunday morning for breakfast and the place was really busy. We ate well but things like the fried apples seemed a bit odd.
This quaint country store and restaurant is worth a visit all the old posters and signs displayed around the building grannies rocking chair outside the front of the building.the food is good service very quick and at a modest price. breakfast is a must.
6:30 in the morning and I'm the first one in the restaurant for breakfast. I traveled half an hour to have a Cracker Barrel breakfast before starting my long list of errands. I thought that would be a great way to start the day. I...More
So good we went back twice. A breakfast / brunch here could replace a full day's eating plan...the wild blueberry pancakes with wild blueberry syrup will forever last in the memory. Lovely staff, lovely place, even at its fullest the noise wasn't over-heavy. Lovely touches...More