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Cracker Barrel Restaurant & The Old Country Store
A Favorite Restaurant for Road Trips - Cracker Barrel Restaurant
I enjoy traveling and taking road trips have been a way of life for me.
When children came along, that did not stop me. They got popped into their car seats and on the road we would go.
With or without children, safety is an issue when traveling to places known or unknown.
For long trips, stopping is inevitable and my stop of choice is any exit with a Cracker Barrel Restaurant and The Old Country Store.
With the popularity of Cracker Barrel Restaurant and The Old Store finding one at an exit along your route should be easier than baking a pie.
I will be sharing some fun facts about Cracker Barrel and introduce you to my families favorite stop on all of our travels either just up the road or to the next state over.
I took a few photos of Cracker Barrel signs on one of our road trips and I am sharing them with you. So all photos are from my own travels. The Cracker Barrel signs are fun to watch for seeing how different each one is.
I hope you enjoy taking a trip to Cracker Barrel and The Old Country Store with me and my family.
My Favorite Things... - About the Cracker Barrel Restaurant
These are a Few of My Favorite Things - At The Cracker Barrel Restaurant and Old Country Store
Which is Your Favorite?
The Old Country Store
You'll find one inside every Cracker Barrel
There are many things that draw us to the Cracker Barrel but I would have to say that the most favorite for us is the 'Old Country Store' that you walk through before you get to the restaurant.
It's like you have stepped back in time to the days when there was only one general store in town.There is a warm sense of family and goodness in every corner of the store.
Candies and toys from long ago can be found here. You just can't help yourself picking through all nostalgia that brings back all those fond memories of childhood.
Find a Cracker Barrel Restaurant near you. I encourage you to plan a trip soon.
Breakfast Is Served - All Day Long
The Cracker Barrel Restaurant serves breakfast all day long.
Providing a nice selection of food with a warm family atmosphere is what keeps my family coming back for more.
Fun Fact: In a typical year Cracker Barrel serves 56 million pancakes.
Not just pancakes but also eggs, bacon, sausage, grits and homemade biscuits plus so much more on the menu. Variety enough on the menu to fit any appetite.
Speaking of biscuits...below is a little snippet of funny man Tim Hawkins take on Cracker Barrel. You have got to take just a minute to get this one man's flavor of The Cracker Barrel and Old Country Store. You will not be sorry.
On a typical day Cracker Barrel
- serves over 950,000 biscuits.
- uses 70,000 lbs of flour
Tim Hawkins on Cracker Barrel - Just a little fun
Funny man Tim Hawkins shares stories of his experiences in a Cracker Barrel. It's too funny for words because sometimes true events are. I hope you enjoy!!
Fun Facts About Breakfast
In a Typical Year:
- 121 million slices of Bacon
- 151 million eggs
- 37 million portions of grits
- 56 million pancakes
Campfire Meals are on the Menu
This past summer Cracker Barrel brought back their highly received campfire meals to their menu. There are two choices between either chicken or beef and both are a tasty treat. What better way to eat the campfire meals but of course sitting next to the fireplace to complete the ambiance.
Huge Cozy Fireplace - Warm, Cozy and Inviting.
Cracker Barrel Fun Fact
Over 10 Million Peg Board Games have been made just for Cracker Barrel.
Cracker Barrel - Are You a Genius?
A good game of checkers is just some good ol' family fun while waiting for you table or food to be served.
When was the last time you played checkers?
Maybe it's time.
Family Day at The Cracker Barrel - For All Ages
Yes, I have eaten at a Cracker Barrel Restaurant.
Have You Ever Eaten At A Cracker Barrel Poll - Let Your Voice Be Heard
Have You Ever Eaten At A Cracker Barrel Restaurant
Share Your Own Stories
Come on in. Sit a spell. Oh and don't forget to sign the guest register or leave us with a memory. Ya'll come back now, ya hear.