This is a really neat place to visit. The front of the restaurant is a store with many unusual items. There are toys, clothing, dishes, Christmas decorations, candy, candles, and so much more. Then, the restaurant is cozy with a huge fireplace going. There are all sorts of old items on the walls --- photographs, ads for items that no longer exist, sleds, and you name it. The food includes everyday specials (Monday through Friday), sandwiches, breakfast items, salads, nonalcoholic drinks (Cracker Barrel does not serve alcohol), and a nice dessert menu. We had the 1/2 pound sirloin steak with mashed potatoes and carrots and the sugar cured ham with hashbrown casserole (YUMMY!!!) and apple sauce. Every meal comes with cornbread and rolls. They are always warm. For dessert, we had frozen mug sundaes with toasted almonds. The price is always right. Unfortunately, the menu has changed a little and the pork BBQ is no longer on it. This is really sad, as it was excellent and not something that you can get in many restaurants. The waitstaff are extraordinary.