Our hotel staff recommended this restaurant and we ate there 3 times in 2 days. It was built to resemble an expanded 1940s diner and that uniqueness is only the beginning of the dining experience. The food was delicious (some with a unique way of preparing it), the service there was informal but friendly and professional, and the prices reasonable. They grow many of their own vegetables on site and have a store offering many of the things they serve. We never expected to find such a great restaurant in a relatively small town like Georgetown. If you go down that way, don't miss it.