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For the First Time in its 51-Year History, Cracker Barrel Will Serve Alcohol in Restaurants


What’s more fun than a barrel of monkeys? A jug of mimosas. At least, that’s the current thinking of the folks at Cracker Barrel, America’s “old country store” restaurant chain.

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Cracker Barrel is best known for its signature breakfasts that include a host of southern-style favorites including pancakes, cookies, grits, eggs, and country ham, as well as family-style dinner entrees that feature enough servings to fuel. to a small army.

But recently, the 51-year-old franchise ventured into new waters by adding a limited number of more lively adult beverages to its traditional menu.

Now your brunch, dinner, or all-day breakfast dishes can be paired with beer, wine, or a mimosa cocktail (orange or strawberry, thanks).

After testing the concept at more than 100 locations, customer feedback was full of admiration.

“Our guests told us that offering beer and wine would reduce the veto vote, that is, those guests who would choose Cracker Barrel for a particular dinner, but would eventually go elsewhere because they would like to have a beer or a glass of wine with their food, especially over dinner on the weekend, “said a Cracker Barrel spokesperson told CNN.

After that, there was simply no need to re-cork the champagne bottle.

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While adult beverages will not be offered at all locations, by the end of the fiscal year, an additional 600 Cracker Barrel restaurants in Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee will modify their already extensive menus with non-teetotaler drink options.

So the next time you order Uncle Herschel’s favorite, you can say “Cheers!” with a tasty mix of champers and DO (barrel of monkeys not included).

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