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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Cracker Barrrel Review ~ Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania

The second day of our road trip to visit Bradley University started bright and early. We had breakfast on our mind and we already knew where we were going. I had earned enough points through Swagbucks to redeem for a $25 gift card to Cracker Barrel. We left our hotel and arrived in Bloomsburg after about an hour.

We were seated immediately  (after I was able to drag Gabrian out of the gift shop). 
Since we love Cracker Barrel, we already pretty much knew what we wanted to order. Our waiter was quick and friendly (exactly what we needed with a long day on the road ahead of us).
The coffee was delicious as always and I had to limit myself to only 2 cups (so we didn't have to stop for the bathroom every 5 bladder is small enough as it is). With coffee in my veins, we placed our order and waited for the food.

We entertained ourselves with the triangle game (I am pretty sure that is the technical term for the game) and looking at all of the cool stuff on the wall.

Gabrian ordered the Kid's Pancake and an egg on the side (I am finally starting to smarten up and realize he will steal my eggs if I don't order him one of his own). This hit the spot for him and I think I caught him licking his plate once he had eaten everything.
I ordered the Uncle Herschel's Breakfast with the Fried Catfish (I love Cracker Barrel's cat fish and order it every time I have a chance). I picked the hasbrown casserole as my side. It was delicious as usual.
Riley also went with Uncle Herschel's Breakfast but picked the Fried Chicken Tenderloin as his side (who could turn down chicken strips at breakfast time?). He loved every finger-licking bite.

We were also loaded up with biscuits, gravy, and grits. This pushed me over the edge and I was stuffed by the time we left.

Overall, we had another great experience at a Cracker Barrels. If you would like to try them out for yourself, they are located at 228 Mall Blvd, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.