The garage will tell you to junk it, because they’ll assume you’ll be mad at them if they do any work on it, because anything they do will probably get within a significant percentage of the value of the car.
If you can work on this vehicle yourself, it’s probably a keeper (take this with a grain of salt because you have not told us what kind of condition it was in before it was stored). If you can’t, haul it to a junk yard and take the scrap value.
First steps; do these before you try to start it: New battery. Drain the fuel tank and put fresh gas in. Take out all the spark plugs and put a teaspoon full of motor oil down each hole to get a head start on cylinder lubrication, since they’ll be bone dry after all this time. Check all the coolant hoses - they might well be fine, but you don’t want to find out the opposite after the engine warms up.
Hondas of that vintage often do not require more than that to get them running again. Possible issues after you get it started: Overheating due to hose leak. Frozen brake calipers. Rodent infestation - these are really fun. Places to check include the trunk, under (and sometimes in) the seats, and the blower motor. If you turn the fan on and hear a rattling, turn it back off, remove the blower motor (under and behind the glove box), and clean the food cache out. Do this before you use the air conditioner or you will very much regret it come summertime when the wet food powder becomes a feeding ground for maggots.