As its name suggests, Norcross Station Cafe is located right next to railroad tracks. It's been a fixture in Norcross for decades and it's a fun place to have a bite.
We found ourselves in Norcroas for a convention. The convention was a bust and we still had another day in Norcross. We didn't want to drive into Atlanta on the weekend if we didn't have to so I got on trip advisor and found this resturant. We took a chance and it was amazing. The weather had just started to... More
This is a historic Norcross landmark train station that was converted to a restaurant serving a wide variety of Americana food. The servings are plentiful and perfectly acceptable from a taste standpoint. Unfortunately, the scoop is that this landmark is going away soon, having been bought out by the Cuban place across the street, so enjoy it while you can.
I was invited to this restaurant for a bridal luncheon in early October. The bride, her bridesmaids, her mother, the mother of the groom, and I were seated in a “private” room so we could enjoy a very nice lunch together. The restaurant used to be the train station in the city of Norcross, and it has been converted into... More
You'll be fortunate to dine at this lovely restored railroad station before it changes hands from one restaurateur to another - probably at the end of 2013. For now, the fare is pretty typical "American Homestyle" with something for everyone and is nicely prepared. Others have commented on the cost of the meals, but I found it only a tad... More
I met with a friend here for lunch. Food was decent. Not the best I have had but also not the worst. Normal roadhouse food. We had a late lunch so the pace was relaxed which was perfect for the occasion as we had time to talk..
It's not bad and surely it is well-patronized. One could argue that its main attraction is that it IS a reconditioned railroad station and freight trains and the occasional Amtrack go zipping by and vibrate the dishes. The inside lighting is atrocious. So, assuming that the heat and humidity is tolerable, a table on the downtown-facing deck/porch, assisted by some... More
My husband and I met friends at the Norcross Station Cafe for dinner. The decor--old phone, photographs and wooden structure---was interesting. I grew up with trains, riding one to school each day in Japan, so I was eager to eat here. However, the food was only fair and overpriced. My husband's fish was rubbery and cold. For such a quaint... More
The building where the restaurant is located is an old train depot right next to the railroad tracks. Three trains went by while we were there and it was interesting to see them. There is a large collection of old train and depot photographs on the walls inside; however, the building smells strongly of sour, wet wood so much that... More
Nothing spacial. I didn't like it any better than any other average places.. having said that it wasn't terrible either. it is just that nothing too great.. nothing too bad.
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