We've eaten at Norcross Station for many years... Business Lunches, Family Dinners, Date Night, etc... It is historically important, yester-year romantic, and has a days-gone-by ambiance that beckons you and reminds you of 'how nice things used to be.'
Unfortunately, we're only describing the fine old building that houses the restaurant... for sadly, we've noticed over the past year or so, a steady decline in food quality, preparation, presentation and service. In fact, we seem to have hit bottom in our last couple of trips to the Station.
On our latest visit... Cold, gooshy Oyster Poboy, Baby-Back Ribs cooked to shredded wheat dryness with an odd tasting tarry, sticky sauce... we suspect these had seen a microwave before being served. Gray, dry burgers... incredibly tough romaine lettuce in the Caesar salad... chalky dry Spinach Quiche with no evidence of spinach... plus 'should've been included with the course,' soup and condiments that were never served, though repeatedly asked for.
Given the beauty of Old Town Norcross and the incredible old train station that houses this place, it will probably go on forever with it's 'pricey for below-par,' food and service, but our train is wistfully, leaving this station for good.