Cracker Barrel Fast Facts
Every year, Cracker Barrel serves approximately:
Cracker Barrel Pancakes and Syrup
  • 217 million guests
  • 200 million biscuits
  • 160 million eggs
  • 135 million slices of bacon
  • 57 million pancakes
  • 53 million 1.5 oz. bottles of Pure Natural Syrup
  • 46 million servings of grits
  • 13 million pounds of chicken tenders
  • 11 million orders of Chicken n’ Dumplins
Every year, our Old Country Store sells approximately:
Cracker Barrel Thin Sticks
  • 83,000 rockers
  • 3.4 million pieces of women’s apparel
  • 14 million thin sticks – at 5 inches in length, that’s 1,104 miles of thin sticks each year
  • 331,000 peg games
Bet you didn’t know…
Cracker Barrel Peg Game
  • Each store is approximately 10,000 square feet including the front porch and sits on around 2.5 acres of land
  • Each restaurant has around 177-207 seats
  • Each store has between 800 – 1,000 pieces of authentic décor on the walls – no replicas here!
  • Travelers make up 40% of our business
  • We have over 1,600 billboards across America to remind you we are always near
  • Qualls & Son Novelties has been making Cracker Barrel’s peg games since we first opened in 1969 – they originally drilled the holes and stamped the instructions by hand
  • Hinkle Chair Company is a fourth generation, family-run company that has been making our iconic Cracker Barrel rockers since the very beginning
Cracker Barrel Headquarters
Cracker Barrel Campus
  • Cracker Barrel is headquartered in Lebanon, Tennessee just east of Nashville.
  • The beautiful 98 acre campus includes three man-made lakes and five buildings. Two additional corporate buildings are located outside the main campus. All corporate buildings comprise over 650,000 square feet.
  • The land was originally a working farm with beautiful trees, some of which are more than 40-years-old. Among these trees is the Spring Creek Bladder Pod, which only exists in Wilson County and is on the endangered species list.
  • The duck, geese, deer and turkey that roam our serene campus all found the land on their own and are welcomed guests. In fact, we think of them now as family and our campus as their home. We love how they greet employees who walk the trails winding through campus.
  • The original corporate office was also in Lebanon, but in a different location. The company began construction of its current campus in the 1970s and moved into the first building in 1974.