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Gastronomos | Nov 4, 201407:48 AM     54

I read somewhere that there once was a Cracker Barrel on Long Island, but I can't find anything to back up this statement. I do stop by Cracker Barrel Restaurant and Country Store in Fishkill, NY and Hamburg, Pa and whatever other locations I've stopped in once or twice.

This facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MyRonkonkoma...
makes it clear they want one in Ronkonkoma.

This one: http://www.city-data.com/forum/long-i...
makes it clear that there are people who would welcome a Cracker Barrel on Long Island.

Either way, Long Island has the most QSR's per square mile and/or per capita than any other place in the USA. Sonic and DQ have finally found their way onto Long Island.

There's Texas Roadhouse in East Meadow and a whole heck of a lot of whatever chains everywhere.

Why not Cracker Barrel? It's been my experience that it beats the others hands down, for a chain...

Texas Roadhouse
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