LEBANON Tenn. CBRL Group Inc. reported on Tuesday a 0.8-percent increase in same-store restaurant sales at its Cracker Barrel Old Country Store family-dining chain for the four weeks ended March 28. Much like the trends across most of the industry — and mirroring February’s results at the 574-unit Cracker Barrel — the same-store sales gain was driven by menu price increases instead of growth in guest traffic. CBRL reported that average checks rose about 3 percent year-to-year in ...

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