Cracker Barrel Restaurants Locations & Hours Near Elgin, IL -
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By: Jarad C.
Alexander's Restaurant
A nice stop-over while on the road. Food was tasty, with some unique choices. They had good coffee, too. I had the Greek yogurt w/ figs &walnuts, she had the egg breakfast. The server was nice, attentive & he offered me a to-go version of my coffee, which was super appreciated. This place won't blow your lid, but it's clean, friendly, new-ish feeling, and the food def does the job.
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By: Danielle C.
Alexander's Restaurant
We enjoyed our breakfast here. Prices were good, with lots of great breakfast options (including crepes!) - our meal was served quickly and it was better than average for diner type food. The atmosphere is nicer than your typical diner, too - some nice design touches.
By: Roger P.
Burnt Toast
Best breakfast place. I always love to try new things and i have not been disappointed yet.
By: Jose C.
I have been going to Applebees for many years and by far they serve the best Food. The restaurant is always clean and all the staff are very friendly. Here and there you might run across a new employee who is not complete familiar with all the servings so their knowledge is not that great. Other than that this is a very good establishment.
By: slimjimmy
Jimmy's Charhouse
First flag should have been the place was empty by 10 P.M. on a Friday nite. Spent $90.00 (after discounts) on a "special" 26oz bone in ribeye that I would bet my life was no more than 14oz. and maybe 1/4 inch thick with a little 2 inch bone sticking out the top and of course at that thickness well done though ordered as medium. Really expecting a hefty thick bone in Ribeye...what a disappointment. Ordered a shrimp cocktail and was brought five over deep fried shrimp? G.F. ordered the "homemade" crabcakes that were loaded with tuna and obviously microwaved (like mush). Most everything seemed microwaved including our soup and dessert (liquified the brownie). The dessert was suppose to make up for the crappy steak and microwaved crabcakes. Even the Hackor Schorr beer I ordered with dinner was warm and had that sat in the line to long skunky taste. (ANY good bartender would know to clear the line). I would maybe try this place again in a year or two, (if they are still there), and I really think Jimmy's should stop acting like a "steakhouse" unless they can start performing like one.

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