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By: Thomas E.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Ready for the older crowd? This is your stop. Not saying this is a bad thing. Dont think you can just pop in either. This place is packed and for good reasons.
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By: Debi M.
Great place for great food at a good price. Family and sports minded atmosphere. We go as often as we can.
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By: jpdrumr
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
This has been our "CROSSROADS Meeting PLACE," for many years. Here, at this intersection of I-40 & U.S.41, is a GREAT "rest stop," or "swapping passengers," place. We have family in IL, IN, OH, & KY, so it's convenient to meet in the atmosphere of beautiful flowers, in the parking area, & in the clean, relaxing atmosphere of the dining room, & shop. Our service was great, as was the food. I've noticed NEGATIVE comments about THIS place, but WE found the facility, including restrooms, dining, shop & parking areas, to be CLEAN, & clear of odor or clutter, TODAY.
By: Brian M.
Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen
Great food at good prices!
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By: daniel.h
TGI Fridays
Place was not up kept like it should have been. Sticky floors and a dirt around the edges. Really needs a deep clean. Bar tenders drinking behind the bar also.
By: kristin.yorkgoodpaster
thumbs up all the way. Food is great and service is fantsatic!
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By: nascarfan5244888
Donovan's Diner
Nice little sit down place, very friendly people and great service!!
By: cdliepis
Ruby Tuesday
My family and I had lunch here the other day and we were very disappointed. The food was very poor quality and took over an hour to get. The burger were dry and seemed like they were old. The fries that were the best tasting of the whole order were cold. I gave this place 2 stars only because the staff was very good to us when we had this bad experience, but I won't come back, I think I will stick to the same tried and true restaurants.
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