We went here after reading good reviews on a local blog about their Sunday brunch with Bloody Mary bar. Drove twenty minutes there. When we entered we were never greeted so we picked our own table and looked around to see what the deal was because we didn't see anyone working there. Scoping the place out, it's predominately a dive bar, appears on the dingy side with sticky floors from the night before and looks to cater to early twenty year olds. We waited a long time before anyone came. Then a person walked by, never greeted us and dropped off menus and kept waking. Looking at the menu, the bloody maries were $10 each! At that point we were all torn whether we should just go. So we decided to flag down the server and see what the deal was about their food since it was priced like a 4-star restaurant! We yelped "Excuse me!" several times, but she would continue walking around ignoring us! We had to walk around and track her, then standing next to her saying "Excuse me" she still didn't respond! Then she looked over, and what seemed to be pretending to be startled, she said "oh, what's up". We asked her about the bloody mary, which was just vodka and V8 juice. We went back to our table and started gathering our stuff. The server walked by at this time, coincidentally, and says, " aw, are you guys going somewhere else?", which came off like, "oh, too bad, so sad". Odd, why would the first idea she assume be that we were leaving? How would she know we were going elsewhere? She never said "is there anything I can get you guys?", "is everything ok?", etc. Very odd place! It's a shame we drove a long way and couldn't try the food. The service just made it impossible to even get to ordering our food!
Cons: Service, Cleanliness, Atmosphere