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Stories ‘Round the Barrel: A Future Chef

Take a moment and think back to when you were 7 years old… “What did you want to be when you grew up?” Most kids will tell you an astronaut, an athlete, a teacher, or even a rock star. But not Jack! This charming 2nd grader wants to combine his passion for cooking with his […]

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Heat n' Serve, Holiday, Thanksgiving

10 Tips for a Stress Free Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here! The best day of the year to gather ‘round the table with friends and family, enjoy some amazing food and create some great memories. You can almost taste the turkey and dressing and smell the sweet aroma of the pumpkin pie, so get your stretchy pants ready! For a lot of […]

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20 Fun Facts About Cracker Barrel

When you hear the words Cracker Barrel, what comes to mind? Is it our Front Porch lined with rocking chairs? Our warm buttermilk biscuits? Or our cozy dining room filled with artifacts and memories from the past? We’ve been pleasing people for more than 50 years since the first Cracker Barrel opened in Lebanon, TN, […]

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Gift Guide, Holiday

10 Ways to Celebrate Grandparents Day at Cracker Barrel

We love our Grandmas and Grandpas! After all, who doesn’t want a visit from Pop-Pop and Mimi (or whatever fun nicknames you have for them)? It’s a bundle of hugs, surprises, and special memories. And on Sunday, September 12 on Grandparents Day, it’s your chance to show them a little love and appreciation. That’s right, […]

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toys

How to Beat the Cracker Barrel Peg Game

Chances are, as you’ve been patiently waiting at your table for us to bring out your meal, you’ve tried to beat the infamous Cracker Barrel peg game. Sometimes referred to as “Peg Solitaire” or “Hi-Q”, this simple game has been entertaining our guests for decades, plus it’s a great way to give your noggin a […]

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Stories ‘Round the Barrel: A Real Lifesaver

We love stories…They’re an integral part of who we are. Back when there were country stores, crackers used to be delivered to the stores in barrels and people used to gather ‘round a cracker barrel to tell stories. They were the original water cooler. Our restaurants are meant to help people reconnect with family and […]

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