My daughter and u had lunch there. The food was good, but I enjoyed the ambiance more, seeing a lot of the things that were around a long time ago, such as soda pops and candy.
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Nothing fine or gourmet, just good home cooking every time. My favorites are vegetable beef soup, hot corn bread, and fried okra. What's nice about this location for folks driving west on I-20, no wait to be seated. Because of the time change, Georgia folks...More
They have a large variety of meals to choose from. Everybody got something they liked. We were seated right away. The meal preparration time took longer than we expected. They were not that crowded. They were good about refilling our drinks. The country fried steak,chicken...More
Stopped here for supper on our way to North Carolina. Walked in and the hostess seated us immediately. Waitress came, introduced herself and requested our order. Meal was delivered hot and delicious.
The kids and I walked from our hotel to this restaurant in the rain, and thankfully is was CLOSE. We were seated immediately, and in a few minutes ordered our food. The food came out quickly (my son wanted waffles, but all they offer is...More
We were recently passing through the area and stopped for breakfast at this Cracker Barrel. I have come to expect good food and good service, this location well represents the company standards. A quick tasty breakfast served by friendly staff.
I could almost copy the text from my last review of a Cracker Barrel. They are consistently similar. The food was good, there was a lot of it and the staff was friendly. The buss staff even chased us down because one of the people...More
The salad seemed skimpy and so did the hash brown casserole. The turnip greens tasted kind of weird - not bad, just really different. Overall experience was OK, but as regulars at Cracker Barrels this one did not seem to be quite up to usual...More