After visits here now and then over 25 years, this unique place with a nostalgic atmosphere is like nothing else you've ever been to. WWII artifacts and vehicles give it the theme. The outside patio is excellent for happy hour on a warm afternoon where you can watch the planes land and take off. The good part: Sunday brunch on special occasions. Plentiful food and a view of the airport runways. Worth it. The grandparents who have more of a connection to war time enjoy the decor. Also good is having a drink or 2 on the patio. There is a 5-7 happy hour during the week, too.
The bad part: Meals off the menu and service are SO inconsistent. We have never ever had a truly great meal here. And the service is always SO slow (that is why brunch works.) Examples: one winter evening there was no heat in the restaurant but they did not tell us until after they had seated us near the window and we ordered. We have been brought lukewarm food on many occasions, including their signature beer cheese soup, not good. The dinner portion of marinated salmon comes with nothing else... just a piece of fish on the plate. Surprise! Whereas every other casual item at least gets fries or a side. Never had hot fries here, either. The kitchen to table process does not work well here. On a recent evening it took us *one hour* to get our simple dinner order which was a sandwich and a salad. They lost the ticket.... waiter did not come back to check on us until several couples who came in after us were all eating their meals. He had to even ask us again what we had ordered. NO visit to the table by a boss to apologize and no adjustment on the check. For all this, it is not super cheap food and the menu was really, really limited. A sandwich with fries or a salad with chicken might be $13, for a more appealing and hot dinner you would do better to drive a few more blocks to Buford Highway and choose from the myriad of ethnic restaurants all along that road.