Like many restaurants right now, Cracker Barrel is beginning to open back up after closing because of Covid-19.
The closures have forced all businesses to think outside the box, try new things and bend with the times.
In addition to a few new policies like a smaller menu, family meal baskets and curbside pick up, customers can also expect to see something they may have never seen at a Cracker Barrel before: alcoholic beverages.
Cracker Barrel Is Adding Beer and Wine To The Menu
Before the pandemic, Cracker Barrel had started putting a few boozy beverages on the menu in a few select restaurants to test it out. A strawberry mimosa, a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, etc.
But now, in order to help try to boost sales, they’re adding it everywhere.
The first time I ever took my husband to a Cracker Barrel (one of my childhood family favorites) he asked what beer they had. I was a little embarrassed that even I, who had been there so many times before, didn’t realize their policy on alcohol. I suppose it’s because the majority of my visits had been when I was very young and of course, not ordering anything besides chocolate milk and lemonade.
I’m excited to visit again soon and try a mimosa with my biscuits and gravy!
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.