If you love the taste of southern food, you’ll love this juicy news: a Cracker Barrel is likely coming to Rocklin.
The restaurant would be part of Rocklin Station, which the Rocklin Planning Commission approved the design plan for this month. The plan also calls for other restaurants, including a Chick-fil-A and Habit Burger.
The southern food chain has been around since 1969, when it opened its first store in Tennessee. Now, Cracker Barrel runs close to 700 restaurants across the United States.
Cracker Barrel serves breakfast all day and lunch and dinner after 11 a.m.
The restaurant uses Grade A farm fresh eggs, coarse ground grits, Golden Delicious Fried Apples, thick-sliced bacon and ham as just some of its breakfast ingredients. Its lunch and dinner menus features fresh ingredients, as well, including USDA steak, roast beef, center-cut pork chops, authentic country vegetables, hand-cut dumplings and scratch buttermilk biscuits. Other dinner items include meatloaf, rib eye steak, catfish, rainbow trout and haddock.
This eatery prides itself in offering old-fashion eats and fair prices. Whether you’re looking for a home-style meal or want to browse the country store, Cracker Barrel has a little bit of everything for everyone.
Browse Cracker Barrel’s full menu here.
Rocklin Station would be located at the southwest corner of the Interstate 80 off-ramp and Sierra College Boulevard.