The Victorville Cracker Barrel Opens Monday, February 5, 2018
- Posted on: by Gilbert Jones
A legend opens
The Victorville Cracker Barrel is set to open on Monday, February 5, 2018 and is located in Restaurant Row at 11612 Amargosa Rd in Victorville , California. The store’s hours will be, Sunday through Thursday, 6am – 10pm, and Friday and Saturday, 6am -11pm. Today, Friday, February 2, 2018, they had their ribbon cutting ceremony. This is the first store in to be opened in California. This store brings 270 full and part-time jobs to the High Desert. –Cracker Barrel official website article. The Cracker Barrel is also supporting the community of Victorville in other ways.
“As a part of Cracker Barrel’s mission of Pleasing People, the company is committed to partnering with the Victorville community by supporting local organizations and worthy charities that help provide comfort to those in need. The company is proud to establish a $10,000 endowment to the Victor Valley College to fund an annual scholarship in perpetuity to Restaurant Management students and three $1,000 scholarships for students enrolled in the 2018-2019 academic year. The company is also partnering with the High Desert Youth Soccer League to support Victorville’s diverse sports community. In addition, Cracker Barrel has a partnership with the local California Route 66 Museum in support of the Museum’s mission of preserving and promoting the culture and history of the area, a mission that speaks to Cracker Barrel’s commitment to authentic, local memorabilia and Americana decor featured in every store. ” – excerpt from the Cracker Barrel official website
What is a Cracker Barrel
So, what is a Cracker Barrel? A Cracker Barrel is a popular restaurant in the Southern United States, headquarter in Lebanon, Tennessee, serving southern-style comfort food. Menu items include: scratch made mashed potatoes and gravy, pancakes, hand-made fried chicken, country fried steak, and much more. You take a look at their full menu here.
Each restaurant is also a store, selling clothes, peg games, and rocking chairs. Each store also has a porch for the rocking chairs which are made by the Hinkle Chair Company and is decorated with between 800 – 1,000 pieces of authentic decor.