Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
8400 N Cracker Barrel Rd, Tucson, AZ 85743
Phone: (520) 579-1879
Fax: (520) 579-1879
TollFree: (800) 333-9566
Cracker Barrell Old Country Store
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Cuisines: Southern, Soul, Chicken, Family Style, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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The manager and the cashier here told me they don't accept E-Gift Cards, even though Cracker Barrel sells them directly on crackerbarrel.com So they told me nation wide it is the Cracker Barrel Policy to not accept E-Gift Cards. This is not true. They really did not care to cater to me or find a way to accomodate me. My friend told me this happened to him with this E-Gift Card. I was embarrassed, but chalked it up to him not knowing how to use the gift card on a cell. I printed out the e-gift card and they still would not accept it and told me a bold faced lie. Very disappointing. Also the smugness of them as they refused to honor my E-Gift Card was obnoxious. Won't be back to this one.
04/27/2012Provided by Citysearch -
A few weeks ago we visited Cracker Barrel Resturaunt on Cortero in Tucson. My husband has dementia and had a little ""accident"". The manager on duty was so very awesome and helped me by standing guard at the bathroom door and was kind and discreet. Thank you for aiding in keeping his dignity.......
03/15/2012Provided by Citysearch -
First time ever, I won't make that mistake again. I have read the reviews, the 5 stars ratings must be native Tucsonans or employees. This place is horrible, it is clean and comfortable, hence the star. The service is slightly below Tucson standard which is one step above France, (for tucson people, that means it SUCKS!). The food was edible but barely. However the orange juice was awesome. The prices for what you get are a little high, but understandable. I have been a secret shopper. If I was shopping this place someone would be fired if not closed down. If I DO secret shop again I won't go to cracker barrel I would rather pay for Mcdonalds where no one speaks English, than to not only eat for free but get paid for writing a review. I'm not sure how you can stay in business, unless most of your patrons are from here and don't know any better. Please do us a favor shut your doors, and tear the building down.
05/31/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I can not believe Cracker Barrel rates as one of Tucson's Best Breakfast places! Incredible. That's like rating MacDonald's #1! It's a nice enough place, but it's cookie-cutter -- looks like every other Cracker Barrel in the USA. Same mediocre food, unenthusiastic service and dimly lit atmosphere as the other 1500 of them...what's so special about that? This restaurant probably enjoys popularity due to its proximity to the interstate and motels, and the lack of decent restaurants nearby. Save your $$ and go to IHOP or MacDonald's down the road a bit.
11/14/2002Provided by Citysearch -
It is shocking to me that the Cracker Barrel is considered the top breakfast place in Tucson. Tucson has many wonderful restaurants that dont revolve around hill billy motifs such as this one. The food is bland and nothing spectacular. Its exactly what youd expect from a chain restaurant whose main concern is to bring in truck drivers and seniors. The worst part of this establishment is the decor and environment. If you are comfortable with the tacky ranch style, hometown table clothes, and the out in the prairie wall decorations, then you probably eat here all the time. Youll probably feel right at home if you are accustomed to the nursing home odors of the large parties of seniors who waddle in here like cattle from the range. However, if you are not part of the nursing home or retirement community, this is definitely not the place for you.