This restaurant has railroad cars that make it unique, and with that they hope to stay around. Maybe they will, but I can promise you it won't be for the food.
The menu is basic with a few overpriced and stingy entrees like the "Parisian Chicken." It is nothing special, likely a frozen chicken breast baked with no seasoning, and the Paris moniker is likely to make it sound more legitimate than it is.
Of course service can be varied at any restaurant, but for our visit it was extremely slow - 20 minutes before the waiter ever said hello, and every step of the night took him a long, long time. When someone needed mayonnaise for their sandwich it took 10 minutes, and the rest of the party was well into their meal. That type of service is really annoying when you are paying full price - it's just mayonnaise.
The sandwiches are the majority of the menu and they are 100% not creative - basically the required meats served on what tastes like Wonder Bread or something of similar quality, delivered without any presentation or embellishment. The sandwiches are served without sides, or "a-la-carte," as our waiter put it. The side of greasy French Fries are again, completely bland, and are likely from a package of frozen fries, deep-fried, and exhibiting the quality you would expect at a fast food restaurant. The prices aren't fast food prices.
Save your money and time and avoid this restaurant until it is under "new management," an inevitable development. You can't make it on crappy food and service just because you have railroad cars! There are lots of great restaurants in Carrboro and Chapel Hill.