I went into the restaurant 7/22/07 and before entering into the restaurant, I had checked to see if there was the visa/mastercard (credit card) logo posted on the door which means that the restaurant takes credit cards. I only had about $9 on me and so I was going to use my card. After the meal, my bill was $10 and a few cents. When I put down my visa check card, the waitress rudely informed me that they don't take cards and it's cash only. I asked her about the logo on the door to which she responded that there's a 20 minimum for using cards. I also asked her why they didn't have a sign posted on the door if there was a minimum. To that she just kept responding that there was a $20 minimum. I had to leave my ID and walk to the nearest ATM to get cash for the bill. When I returned to the restaurant to pay my bill, I asked the manager and the lady at the register why they don't have a sign showing the card minimum. The manager said that my bill was only $10. I said yes I know but I don't see a sign saying that there is a $20 minimum which is why I didn't go to the ATM before eating at the restaurant. I asked him to maybe put up a sign showing that there is a $20 minimum to use a credit card and he and the lady at the counter at that point just started to ignore me and started to laugh a little. I thought that was really rude, they could have just said no, they didn't see a need to put up a sign. I don't disagree that restaurants may set a minimum for credit card usage...it's the restaurant's prerogative. However, to belittle a customer for not having cash when the minimum is NOT stated, and just to not accept cash with no stated credit card minimum really shows that the restaurant has no regard for the customers.