This Thanksgiving, give yourself some time to celebrate with family and friends, and leave the planning, cooking and cleaning to Cracker Barrel Old Country Store with a homestyle Thanksgiving meal.
Visit your nearest Cracker Barrel location Thursday, November 25, for a family feast of all the Thanksgiving favorites. Beginning at 11 a.m., you’ll enjoy turkey breast with made-from-scratch cornbread dressing and topped with turkey gravy. It’s served with a sampling of baked sugar-cured ham, sweet potato casserole with caramel pecan topping, cranberry relish, your choice of a vegetable and fresh biscuits or corn muffins, plus a slice of Cracker Barrel’s very own Pumpkin Pecan Streusel Pie with real whipped cream, and a beverage (excluding milkshakes), all for $8.99 for adults and $4.49 for children.
For families that want to serve up holiday goodness in their home without the hassle, grab a Cracker Barrel Thanksgiving meal to-go. Enough to serve six, it features turkey breast with made-from-scratch cornbread dressing and turkey gravy, a sampling of baked sugar-cured ham, sweet potato casserole with caramel pecan topping, cranberry relish, your choice of three vegetables and a baker’s dozen of either fresh biscuits or corn muffins, all for $49.99. Just phone ahead, provide a pick-up time, and your meal will be hot and ready to go when you arrive.
And don’t forget dessert! It’s not Thanksgiving without some pie, so pick up one of four selections of Cracker Barrel’s freshly baked pies for $7.99. Choose from Pecan Pie, Chocolate Pecan Pie, Apple Pecan Streusel Pie and No Sugar Added Apple Pie.
“Cracker Barrel is all about providing a place to gather with family and friends for a relaxing, just-like-home meal,” said Bill Kintzler, Cracker Barrel Chef. “Whether served in our stores or at our guests’ tables at home, our Thanksgiving meals offer that great country cookin’ without hours in the kitchen so guests can spend their Thanksgiving with the people that matter most.”
Cracker Barrel will be open during its regular hours – 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. – on Thanksgiving.