Is Cracker Barrel open on Thanksgiving Day 2020?

A general view of the Cracker Barrel (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
A general view of the Cracker Barrel (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) /

Will Cracker Barrel be open on Thanksgiving Day?

Are you looking for a homemade Thanksgiving dinner, but don’t have the time or desire to cook? Then you might be wondering if Cracker Barrel is open. Not only do we have the answer to this question, but we also have an idea of what’s on the menu for the holiday as well.

Considering Cracker Barrel is known for its homestyle menu, of course they are offering a menu that is perfect for Thanksgiving. Not only are they offering their usual heat and serve options like they have in years past, but they are also doing meal packs for up to 10 people! And yes, these menus are actually quite affordable.

However, the real question is whether or not Cracker Barrel is actually going to be open on Thanksgiving day for either dining in or even taking out. And the answer is yes, the chain is expected to be open!

Cracker Barrel will be open on Thanksgiving Day 2020

According to Delish, the restaurant chain will be open from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., with special menu options being available to celebrate the holiday with. While we may have an idea of when the restaurant will be open, we still think it is a good idea to contact your local Cracker Barrel to confirm their hours of operation, as it is entirely possible that they may open earlier or close later.

Whether you are looking for a classic Thanksgiving meal, a fried turkey dinner, or even pancakes, then you’ll definitely want to head over to your local Cracker Barrel for a tasty, homestyle meal. And if you are only feeding yourself and maybe one or two other people, then this could be the perfect way to celebrate Thanksgiving without having to cook yourself.

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If you are looking for more Thanksgiving news, including other restaurants and stores that may be open or closed, check out the rest of our holiday coverage on Guilty Eats.