Au Rendez-Vous Moves To Chamblee

So what do you think should go into the restaurant's old Brookhaven space on Windsor Parkway?

Au Rendez-Vous was one of the first businesses to move onto Windsor Parkway several years ago, when the area was just beginning a major economic transformation.

Now, however, their longtime home is vacant, as the establishment prepares to move into a new Chamblee location. The owners told Patch the new Au Rendez-Vous will be open in another two to three weeks.

So all of this begs the question: What do you think should go into the old Au Rendez-Vous spot on Windsor Parkway? Tell us in the comments.

Eric H August 15, 2012 at 05:39 PM
I don't think she was saying Clairmont Road is bad, just that it is lacking character. Its a four lane road after all. By the way that both sides of Clairmont are in Chamblee until you get to 8th street and Airport Road (the PDK main entrance) so it will be in Chamblee.
Mike September 22, 2012 at 06:56 PM
Title Pawn, Gun Shop, Liquor store. Many places that could operate out of that small space.....
M. Elizabeth Wilson February 08, 2013 at 09:34 PM
Please note that Au Rendezvous has indeed moved to Chamblee -- on Clairmont Road across from the Chamblee library. They now take credit cards, and they have a beer and wine license, so no more brown bagging! And the food is better than ever. Bon appetit!
Jordan Fox February 08, 2013 at 09:50 PM
The food is bad and the service is also terrible. Save yourself the trip.
Lou April 19, 2013 at 06:52 PM
I went there once. It was a depressing atmosphere and the food was only mediocre--more Vietnamese than French--what I call "a hole in the wall." I like a little atmosphere, even if it is only clean and decorated nicely, even if inexpensively decorated. The atmosphere kept me from returning even more than the food. If one wants French, go to Violette's for lunch or dinner (on Clairmont),even if you pay a little more. Violette's daily luncheon special is delicious and inexpensive. You also won't find a more beautiful place to lunch--whether inside the main restaurant, in their sunroom, or on the patio.


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