Can’t. Go. Wrong.
Waking up on a Sunday morning – whether it’s going to church, going to the gym, or just simply waking up alive, a good country breakfast is a fantastic way to celebrate. Southern comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner there is too much on the menu to narrow down. Bonus: It’s all cheap. You don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to get a meal. Eggs, waffles, pancakes, hashbrown casserole, corn bread, biscuits, dumplings, sweet tea, and….basically country fried everything. I have not had a meal at Cracker Barrel that I haven’t liked. They do have a “light” menu for those of us that are watching our figures… but my advice – If you are going to Cracker Barrel.. ditch the diet (trust me you won’t regret it).
Not only do they have great food, but they have a store attached to all of their restaurants. It’s like you walked into a time machine when you go through the store. All the best old fashioned candy, soda, toys, candles… everything. Every time I go through the candy it brings me back to my childhood, as well as my parent’s childhood.
The whole atmosphere is old-fashioned, in the best way. The wait staff are the epitome of Southern hospitality. Rocking chairs line the outdoor porch where you can wait to be seated. A huge game of checkers are everywhere so you can pass the time. Sunday morning’s expect it to be packed, especially post-church hours.
If you haven’t been here yet, it must be on your list. When driving through the South they are at almost every exit.