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Great Food and Rich Heritage At Cracker Barrel

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cracker Barrel. All opinions are 100% mine.

Going out to eat is a special treat for our family. So when we choose a restaurant, it has to offer great food, service, and atmosphere. Since our kids range from toddler up to teenagers, we also have to make sure that the restaurant offers several menu options.

A local favorite is Cracker Barrel. It’s been around for as long as I can remember, offering a variety of comfort food, inviting family atmosphere, and a great Old Country Store. They also have an amazing long porch that is furnished with several rocking chairs to relax after a filling meal or while you wait.

Did you know that the early Cracker Barrel stores sold gasoline? Yup. The founder, Dan Evins, started the stores when his family was in the oil business. I love how he modeled the stores after the country stores that he frequented as a child. His desire was to service traveling folks, but it soon became much more than he imagined. I love that Cracker Barrel is not a franchise and has kept true to its roots. Preserving history instead of trying to recreate it.

Cracker Barrel offers a huge variety of fresh food on their menu. For breakfast, you can choose from menu items such as made from scratch buttermilk pancakes with 100% pure natural syrup.
Great Food and Rich Heritage At Cracker Barrel

For dinner try out the meatloaf with mashed potatoes and biscuits that are made from scratch every day.

Finish with a yummy old-fashioned dessert like Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola® Cake or Baked Apple Dumplin. No worries, I’m also drooling right now. 😉


Don’t forget to stop by Cracker Barrel’s Retail Store. There, you’ll find a variety of quality products that range from home decor items to fun family games.

Have you ever been to Cracker Barrel? What’s your favorite menu item? I’d love to hear from you!

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