I stopped eating there some time ago as there are better options in the area for similar dollars. It has the chance to be a good place with a few tweaks. 1) shrink the menu, specialize in something and make it exceptional instead of offering a huge walmart-esk menu where nothing is very good 2) Focus on being a Brew house (since it is in your name) and offer a better selection of quality beers (finding a way to separate yourself from the competition). 3) Train your wait staff to be better.
Seems simple enough, but they obviously don't get it.
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Nice article. Good luck Brandon! It's been 20 years since I've known you but Here's to Making Shit Work !
To share a bit of insight, that Cracker Barrel was not put there to please the locals. It is there b/c of the droves of tourist that frequent our fair city. The pedistrian food that CB serves does not stand up to what we know our city has to offer, but to the tourons from Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York it is a place of familiarity and they would rather settle with crummy food that they know, vs. investing any time or effort into finding a meal that they would actually love.
Great write up though!
It's amazing that they feel the need for a computer program to tell them what they already know.
I live in W. Ashley and have never heard of this place
If Chris has indeed written a piece that is meant to mock the racial interjections of events that are by no means racist, Bravo. This would now be twice that I have read a piece of his that was meant to mock and I took it as serious. If this is the case, I owe him much more credit than I have given him. Although his general appearance and choice of needless vulgarity impunes my ability to see him as an intellectual.
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