Stopped on our way downstate. Coffee was hot and plentiful. Breakfasts are substantial with decent quality. Nice atmosphere with lots to look at. The roaring fire in the winter is also a nice touch. Prices are very reasonable.
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We went for dinner......after waiting for 14 minutes for seating. The restaurant had maybe 20 patrons. We should have seen the writing on the wall. Service was slow At best. We ordered chef's salad. The greens had seen better days. Bacon so salty it was...More
Cracker Barrel has great breakfasts. I ordered an $8.99 holiday special that included two eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, fried apples, grits, gravy and biscuits. I love their meats, which are smoky and savory. Plus, the restaurant has a huge, old timey, wood-burning fireplace. Nice! Service...More
For the price, the Turkey lunch, with Carved Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn bread and butter, and cranberry sauce is the best deal in town!! This meal is plentiful and tastes just like my Grandma used to make! We sat near the roaring,...More
Had the pecan pan cakes. Loaded with pecans (maybe too many). Required 2 mini bottles of maple syrup due to dryness. Left about 1/2 of a pan cake. Good service. Not the type of place for my short list. Feel the food at Bob Evans...More
Very kind waitress who did an outstanding job. I wish I could remember her name but I can't. The breakfast was so much better than the hotel breakfast we had the previous day. The food was so yummy and affordable. Very quiet and peaceful.