Take a Little Time on your Family Vacation
On your trip to the Grand Canyon we know you're on a mission to see one of the wonders of the world, but we invite you to "Take a Little Time" with your family and loved ones along the way. Slow down. Relax on our front-porch rockers. Connect over a country meal. Talk and laugh while having a leisurely picnic.
Our founder, Dan Evins, thought that fast food might be a good business idea, but it sure wasn't such a hot eating idea. Truth is, Dan always saw mealtime as special – a time to catch up with your family, your friends, and your thoughts.
At Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Restaurants, we serve travelers will all-day breakfast, hearty country cooking, and a children's menu that kids love. We try to greet everyone who walks in our front doors with a warm welcome and serve good meals at fair prices.
Country Dinner Plates
The Country Dinner Plates menu lets you create your own meal. There's so much to choose from. You pick one of ten main dishes. Add two of twenty vegetable and sides. Finish your plate by choosing between made-from-scratch biscuits or corn muffins. For more information, visit www.crackerbarrel.com/menu/lunch-and-dinner/country-dinner-plates
Three Cracker Barrel Locations in Grand Canyon Area
On the way to the Grand Canyon's South Rim
I-40 & Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Take a Country-Sized Meal To Go to Flagstaff's Lower Lake Mary picnic area. It's less than a 10-mile drive from the restaurant. (Map) From spring through autumn you can gaze at the waters surrounded by tall grasses and wildflowers.
Convenient for side trips to Sedona/Cottonwood/Prescott
SR69 & Sundog Ranch Rd, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Take a Country-Sized Meal To Go to Prescott's Goldwater Lake picnic area. It's about an 11-mile drive from the restaurant. (Map) See wildlife such as deer, woodpeckers, ducks and heron.
On your way to the Grand Canyon Skywalk on West Rim, or a drive along historic Route 66
I-40 & Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ 86409
Take a Country-Sized Meal To Go to Kingman's Centennial Park. It's just a 3-minute drive from the restaurant. (Map) After the picnic, the kids can play in the playground or cool off at the pool and water slide.
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