Chavez on Rome has been replaced by a place called Bailey's. Apparently, the owner was a caterer who is trying his hand at a restaurant. The overall theme appears to be comfort-food. After a very nice soup and salad, my wife had shrimp and grits and I had meatloaf with maccaroni and cheese. Both were excellent. For dessert we had a four-apple apple crisp and a simple, but delicious, chocolate cake with vanilla icing. The entrees were less than $12, which was extremely reasonable for the care that went into them. For the time being, they are only open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. The menu will change once a week. The third entree for this week was a chicken marsala, if I remember correctly. If you are in the mood for home cooking in a nice outdoor setting, it's a good option.