Re:Skippers Fish Camp in Darien GA... this is roadfood?
When I'm trying to define Roadfood for people who don't know about it, I say "great food that's part of the local culture". I suspect that this definition can be improved, but this is at least concise and in the ballpark.
This definition of Roadfood says nothing directly about price, but it implies some strong things. It's pretty clear how a place like Galatoire's fits my definition, since Galatoire's has had years of reputation as one of New Orleans' great restaurants. But it nudges out many of the young expensive restaurants in Pittsburgh, because they attempt to provide pockets of a different culture and don't draw enough mainstream clientele to weave their culture into Pittsburgh's.