Shoo-Fly's attitude toward these criteria seems ambivalent, as reflected in both the decor and the menu. The comfort-food fare nods at classic diner selections-meat loaf, sausage and gravy, egg salad on toast-then elevates them. Sandwiches and entrees are filling, but you won't leave with leftovers or a busted gut. And while prices aren't quite as steep as those at Woodberry Kitchen, a meal here, or even drinks, can add up. All of this is to be expected, though, because Shoo-Fly is a Gjerde outlet first and a diner second.