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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.

This company is an alias of Cracker Barrel
Restaurant company

Headquarters:

Lebanon, TN
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. is an American chain of combined restaurant and gift stores with a Southern country theme. The company was founded by Dan Evins in 1969; its first store was in Lebanon, Tennessee. The corporate offices are located at a different facility in the same city.

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Customer Service:

1 (800) 333-9566

Locations number:

660 (2019)
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Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Wichita Falls, TX
Como miembro del equipo de ventas minoristas, tendrá horarios flexibles (tiempo completo o parcial) y la oportunidad de promoción y desarrollo continuo.
Last updated 1 day ago
Cleaning Crew Member
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Midland, TX
Repaso: Como parte del equipo de limpieza, mantendrá la limpieza del restaurante, cocina y tienda minorista para asegurarse de que todos los rincones estén impecables.
Last updated 1 day ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Dublin, GA
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Last updated 10 hours ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Effingham, IL
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Last updated 9 days ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Corinth, MS
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Full-time
Last updated 9 days ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Monroe, MI
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Full-time
Last updated 9 days ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Altamonte Springs, FL
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Full-time
Last updated 7 days ago
Retail Sales
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Ferguson, MO
Enhanced safety, cleaning and disinfection protocols are in place which include all employees wearing masks, using wipeable menus, and removing high-touch table items like salt & pepper shakers, condiments, and peg games.
Last updated 12 hours ago
Restaurant Manager
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Burlington, NC
In turn, you will lead, coach, and mentor our best asset—our hourly team members.
Last updated 3 days ago
Cleaning Crew Member
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Ocala, FL
Responsibilities: In this role, you’ll work alongside the kitchen, dining room and retail shop teams to keep the dining room, retail shop, front porch, and kitchen clean.
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Cook
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Weatherford, TX
Whether you’re flipping pancakes as a Grill Cook; prepping fresh salads and desserts as a Prep Cook; or hand-rolling buttermilk biscuits as a Backup Cook, you’ll make sure our guests leave full and happy every time.
Full-time
Last updated 17 hours ago
Server
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.Temple, TX
Servers keep 100% of Server, Restaurant
Full-time
Last updated 9 days ago
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