Cracker Barrel opens for delivery in Hollywood

Cracker Barrel Kitchen, the delivery-only version of the popular comfort food restaurant/old-timey gift shop, is dipping its first toe in the West Coast market with the opening of a ghost kitchen in Hollywood.

“We’re officially making our Hollywood debut and couldn’t be more excited to bring our homestyle food to Los Angeles for the first time,” said Cracker Barrel Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jennifer Tate.

Cracker Barrel Kitchen is located at 615 N. Western Ave., inside of a CloudKitchens facility.

They will take your down-home delivery orders — think mac and cheese, country fried steak, pancakes — between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Orders can be placed online via Postmates and other services.

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David
David
11 months ago

You know, because when you think Cracker Barrel brand, you really think Hollywood and West Hollywood.

JF1
JF1
11 months ago

I just want good less expensive dining out options. This seems like one of them.

WeHo Mary!
WeHo Mary!
11 months ago

Not to sound like the biggest fatty ever, but there’s one in Victorville and Camarillo, both West Coast locations. I could see why someone would think it’s run by homophobes, with all the Jesusy merch in the shop. But apparently it’s not? I guess I can stuff my face with a clear conscience. Praise the Lord!

TomSmart
TomSmart
11 months ago

Beginning in 2016, the company adopted a pro-LGBT stance, developing an internal diversity council which included LGBTQ members. Since 2017, the company has sponsored Out & Equal, a workplace-equality non-profit organization. In 2018, Cracker Barrel developed a limited edition of the chain’s signature rocking chairs featuring a LGBT rainbow pattern. The company donated these “Rainbow Pride Rockers” to various pro-LGBTQ organizations, including the Human Rights Campaign, Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Pride, Out & Equal Workplace Summit. In 2019, the company announced it would not permit Grayson Fritts, a Knox County, Tennessee cop and pastor at All Scripture Baptist… Read more »

Steve Too
Steve Too
11 months ago
Reply to  TomSmart

Thanks Tom for setting the record straight (or gay) in this matter. There’s many companies that have adapted over the years. Sadly, Chick-fil-A is not one.

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Michael G Labarbera
Michael G Labarbera
11 months ago

I was under the impression that this company was notoriously homophobic.

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