If you're looking for a local place when you travel that won't break the bank this is a very good choice if you're in the area. I've eaten here 4 or 5 times now and had a good meal each time. Granted the menu isn't very extensive, but its fresh and changes with the seasons. The wine and beer lists aren't very large, however what they do have is of average to above selections in quality, so it's sufficient. While there are cheaper options on the menu the general dinner plate prices run around 20-25 give or take a little. Last time I was there I had the pot roast (told you it was a local place) and it was very good and very tender. I've also had the fish in the past that was good too. Portions are a little over average so you shouldn't leave hungry.
A rather minor negative is that if you eat inside the noise level is very high. If that bothers you ask for a table outside (assuming the weather is nice). It has that local almost college level feel you can get, but it's better than average.
Would I eat here again? Most definitely. There are more expensive options in the area, where the dishes would be fancier, however if you want just good basic well prepared food, its well worth the stop.