Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
4323 Sidco Dr, Nashville, TN 37204
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Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Southern, Soul, Chicken, Family Style, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
The Cracker Barrel is pretty uniform from restaurant to restaurant, and the Sidco location is no different--good renditions of Southern food with a wide-ranging menu. The parking lot is usually crowded, but the waits (if any) here seem shorter.
They aren't as good as other Cracker Barrel locations. My biscuits took forever to arrive and there was no reason for the delay. The portions seem to be smaller than other locations. Not bad, but not up to Cracker Barrel par.
When we have gone this location has always been pretty good. The service isn't always consistent. Some nights we get a great one by some times we end up with one that we practically have to chase down!
10/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
They do good. BUT, if you want a better Cracker Barrel meal. Go to the Cookeville one. Of interstate 40 in Tennessee, between Knoxville and Nashville. I work there and they are actually the best. I am not just saying that. I worked for a few of them and that one is the best. I am not a manager so i don't get a bonus with how much is sold. So you know i am not going to just want you to spend money. But i hope you can trust my words
11/23/2006Provided by Citysearch -
A lot of non-southerners don't know about the Cracker Barrel, but whenever I have company in town it's where I HAVE to take them. The biscuits are too die for...I like them with juts butter...lots of butter, but they will bring you all sorts of jelly. For dinner, I like the hamburger steak with their very buttery corn and pinto beans. The breakfasts though, which are served all day, are your best bet. They're guaranteed to be the freshest. Try the sampler and get a little bit of everything. They even have turkey sausage for those that don't eat pork. And you MUST get the hashbrown casserole. I could go on and on...if you go on Sundays, try the special Sunday homestyle chicken...it's also great. There's something for everyone here...you have to try it. Expect a wait of at least 20-30 minutes on weekend afternoons.
12/31/2002Provided by Citysearch -
You can't beat this place for convenient Southernfood. True, the one's up North don't usually taste as good as the one's down here, but it's always a safe bet. I would eat there every day, but then I would be too fat to fit through the doors.
Take your MawMaw to lunch at Cracker Barrel TODAY!
11/29/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Cracker Barrel Has seen better days!
Started out literally with beans , they should have stuck with a good thing. Beans are held too long and taste sour. Servers stay in the weeds no matter what time of day. Need to slow down and take a look at what made them great. Portions are slipping also. Looks like a childs plate. Biscuits always cold. Cold biscuits don't fit the bill for comfort food!!!
09/17/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I've been to Cracker Barrel countless times, and I still can't decide on this place. One thing is for sure, the hashbrown casserole is wonderful. I would plan my meals around the stuff! The biscuits and grilled catfish are good too. The other meats and sides are very hit and miss, and can tend toward the mediocre. I've never been impressed with their breakfast, besides the aforementioned casserole. Not bad, just don't expect the best meal you've ever had....
07/25/2002Provided by Citysearch -
We don't dine out much for breakfast, but when we do this is the family's unanimous choice. The food is great, but weekend mornings are definitely busy for them, and it's usually reflected in the service.
That's unfortunate, but we always manage to overlook it because the smoked sausage and breakfast casserole are just too goooood.