A must visit in downtown Decatur. Great atmosphere and the food was delicious! Make a reservation on a weekend.
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This place never disappoints. The menu is very eclectic and the food is always delicious. I have always had excellent service as well. It's a go to if I am looking for great food!
Add different dishes. In my case, the black and the burger was an incredible tasting experience. We were torn where we were going to eat, but choosing the railyard was a great choice. The atmosphere is fantastic, and if you are looking for a great...More
The rail yard always comes highly recommended when I am in town. My wife and I had the pontratrain snapper and it was delicious. The waitress was very attentive as well.
We tried this restaurant while in town for a visit and was really excited to try it. I found the food to lack in flavor. I thought it was over priced for how it tasted. The best thing I had was the sweet tea. I...More
The food is very good and a nice selection of wine. The only problem I have is the noise. The acoustics are not good. It is hard to have a conversation at your table because of other conversations, clanging dishes etc.
If you are in Decatur, this is a must eat! Menu is very diverse and the food is delightfully tasty. The bartender was very friendly. The atmosphere is great!
Was closed but website and front door said they would be open. Not sure why the confusion but had to find another restaurant which turned out to be a great choice “Franciscos” and had a great experience there.
Visited the Railyard based on TripAdvisor’s rating. Very good choice. Had the jerk pork loin- amazing. Staff is very friendly and the ambiance is great. Neat little “underground” establishment that is certainly worth stopping by for a drink and a great meal. Being on a...More
We appreciate the kind words! Your 1 star review had us scared for a minute. Please revise your rating so we can breathe a little easier! Let us know when you plan on stopping back in town and have a wonderful day!
I have gluten sensitivity and have not found a lot of places in the south I can eat at. The Railyard has everything labeled on their menu. I had the shrimp and grits. The Railyard is a true "farm to table" restaurant and it shows...More