The third local Cracker Barrel serving chicken and dumplings, double fudge Coca-Cola cake, and country fried shrimp heads to Henderson west of the Union Village planned community.
Rumors of Cracker Barrel lingered for years before the city landed its first location debuting in the southwest in 2016. Cracker Barrel plans to build the new restaurant in Henderson from scratch on a currently empty plot of land at the intersection of Stufflebeam Avenue and Galleria Drive, a short distance from US 95.
Slightly larger than the original Las Vegas location at 10,486 square feet, the design model will closely resemble the Dean Martin Drive and North Las Vegas locations, featuring the now familiar rocking chairs on the covered patio, indoor retail store, and a casual dining menu available from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Union Village is already home to Henderson Hospital and an apartment complex, and luring a major national brand bolsters the center’s ambitious plans to eventually construct a senior and assisted living complex, pads of retail, more restaurants, and a hotel. Cracker Barrel will be the project’s first confirmed dining tenant.
Known for its breakfast all day choices, plus lunch and dinner served in dining rooms decorated with as many as 1,000 pieces of Americana, Cracker Barrel favorites include Momma’s pancake breakfast, pot pies ,and hashbrown casseroles.
Yet to be officially announced, a proposed opening date has not been revealed.
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