DRAMA! Really ?.
We love Cracker Barrel but this location has personnel issues in a huge way!
The hostess was obviously having a foul day and made to attempts to cover up her emotional issues. From hateful eye-rolls, harsh tones and generally no problem letting everyone know she does not want to be there!
What could be worse? The other employees know about it and when speaking to waiters and waitresses indicated a) they know she is horrible but are in no position to help as it will make their life there miserable and b) indicated that customers should leave and then phone back to manager to avoid any confrontational situations.
It is apparent there are major issues with the majority of the workers feel as bad towards a known behavioral problem of other co-workers and supervisors yet it is permitted to continue.
BY the way - this was the 4th and last time this will be experience by myself or my family.
Do consider going to another location or simply eat elsewhere if you can!
A little ole' country general store serving down-home foods and goods since 1969.. In Short Originating in Lebanon Texas, this country store and restaurant has branched out all over the U.S. The décor includes old advertising signs, farm equipment, early kitchen appliances and photos which complement the country-style seating. Their menu includes home-style comfort foods like meatloaf and house-made mashed potatoes daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Make sure to stop into the gift shop for souvenirs and a variety of knick-knacks.
I love Cracker Barrel.
Their pancakes are to die for and the service is always top notch! I also enjoy browsing in the gift shop. They are constantly updating their stock and always have the most unique items.
And now near the airport.
It's definitely not health food (or for calorie counters), but it's comfort food you can count on time after time. And now Cracker Barrel is open off Airport Blvd. Just plan on doing some aerobics while you wait to be seated. It'll make room for those calories-to-come.
A Barrel of Fun.
I love Cracker Barrel, but wish there was one in Raleigh. Everything I have ever had at Cracker Barrel has been great. Ask for molasses or honey to go with the biscuits. Their country ham is great, as is their veggies and pot roast.
I have yet to figure out why people flock to this place and are willing to stand around for an hour or more waiting for a table. Maybe because I was raised on real country cooking, I know better. This place is too pricey for what you get. I guess this is the city-folks answer to the true country kitchen.
WE LOVE IT!!!!.
My husband, daughter and I love Cracker Barrel!! They have great food, great service and lots of neat things in the gift shop. Sometimes the wait is 30 minutes of more, but if you can get their early they usually can get you right in.