Last night was my first trip back here in almost twenty years. Little has changed, and that's a good thing. The same staff has gotten older, as well as us. In a busy city like Atlanta, this was a good change, not trendy or loud. These are old standards, served from my childhood. It reminded me of The Coach & Six, and Herren's. Bread basket was wonderful, with both French and Dark German Breads. We both started with the very good French Onion Soup, beefy and ultra Cheesy. To my knowledge, no one still makes it like this. The Escargot was perfect. I had the classic Coq au Vin, and my partner had Weiner Schnitzel, second only to The Village Corner at Stone Mountain. The wine list was limited, but inexpensive. Most enjoyable evening, and a good slower, quieter change of pace. Forgot about the velvety Pate, a must.
Pros: Classic's-French Onion Soup, Pate, Coq au Vin!
Cons: Toco Hills Shopping Center Needs A Makeover!