Loved finding a place with reasonably priced American-style food, because we are so tired of Tex-Mex and overpriced, overrated American food in Georgetown (you know who you are). The method of cooking without deep-frying is refreshing. My chicken-fried steak was a tender, flawless serving, with just enough crust for crunch and flavor. Fried cabbage was tangy, bacon-y, wonderfully seasoned and of perfect texture. The grilled potatoes were a bit crusty, well-seasoned and fork-tender. My wife ordered chicken parmigiana; it was tender, not dried out, and the marinara sauce was spicy, with a nice black-pepper kick, and just the right balance of sweetness and tomato tanginess. Downside: The menu said this was served over angel hair pasta, but it came with spaghetti, without warning of the substitution. Upon asking, we were told they were in the process of updating their menus. We also noticed that another table was served fettuccine that turned out to be spaghetti. These unannounced substitutions, and watery iced tea, keep this review from being a five. We were served complimentary cheddar-herb biscuits that were plump and tasty. Finally, we took a slice of moist, just-as-it-should-be carrot cake home for dessert. The prices are very reasonable, the portions large, and the server was downright enthusiastic and very knowledgeable about the menu (other than the pasta faux pas). Once this restaurant settles in to the new location, we think it will be the best just-good-food location in the downtown area, and it already is an outstanding value.