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C'sons Restaurant Review: If you find yourself sliding south of Atlanta on I-85, take a detour to LaGrange to enjoy lunch or dinner at C'Sons. In 2013 the restaurant abandoned its large space with a lovely adjacent wine bar and took up residence in a smaller, more intimate venue next door so that one kitchen could serve both C'Sons and its sister establishment, Mare Sol, a family-style Italian restaurant. The house makes its own rémoulade to accompany the crab cakes, and we thoroughly enjoy the scallops. Specific embellishments will vary as the menu changes, but chef Devin White is especially fond of using sea beans as an accompaniment. Look for game as well, with venison and buffalo among the more interesting proteins. The menu includes something nice for vegetarians, such as vegetable-filled hand-made ravioli. For dessert, the cheesecake would be our choice, although we'd prefer it without any fruit sauces. French press coffee and biscotti wrap all up nicely. The wine list and wine stemware are many steps above what you would expect to find this far from Atlanta's dining frenzy, and the dinner menu makes specific recommendations for each dish. Service is professional, and the noise level allows table conversation to proceed unhindered.