Complimentary meal sponsored by the Salvation Army. My first time in Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Well, at least something I can remember. Cracker Barrel offers southern hospitality and is originated from Lebanon, Tennessee. A restaurant where you hear the word “folks” with me being from the east coast and up north I’m learning the many languages and slang of the world. Everything is made fresh daily so I can imagine how much food is being tossed out on a daily prayerfully they can send it to the homeless shelters in need. I don’t know what they do with the food they don’t use. The biscuits are made from scratch and the baked goods are baked fresh throughout the day.
Cracker Barrel wants to give you that homestyle love by making you feel comfortable as if you’re eating at your home table. You can share family time while you wait with a fun Peg Game placed on all the tables.
I think it’s very interesting for the Old Country Store to be attached to the restaurant and not just this one but mostly all of them. The store offers a wide range of groceries, clothes, accessories, games, and more. The store will soon to add cold cut meat at the deli. One thing Cracker Barrel is known for is their well-known cheese.
Cracker Barrel compliments me with a map and suggests I have fun on my road trip. Cracker Barrel has over 630 locations in 42 states, and a gift shop attached to the restaurant.
Weekday lunch special, Country dinner plates, and Homestyle favorites. I was so into the Peg Game I believe our waiter (David) came out in a timely manner. All the aprons have a cool twist to them it’s more of a cooking apron and not a below the waist apron.
Overall I enjoyed myself and had a southern style experience in Massachusetts.