Thought I would try something not on Front Street, read the burgers were different and great. I found seating for one or two (other than the counter) was the first 2 tables in the middle of the walkway. First mistake was to sit at one of these. In hindsight, the first mistake was arriving here in the first place. After I seated myself I felt I sat at the table the staff dumped all the extra menus. Service was minimal and with little interest. I wasn't asked how things were. I would have told them I expected at least onion and pickle on a regular burger since the mustard and ketchup were on the table. A refill for the soda was an afterthought. I guess she was hoping to receive a tip. I did tip, but reluctantly. The coleslaw was served in a covered souffle cup. I felt I should take it to go. Another guest came in with their mother, who was using a walker. I had to move my table several inches to one side so she could pass. I did not mind this, I have been with people who need accomodations and it is nice to have people help out. A few minutes the bus person, a mature woman, banged my table twice trying to put her cart through the other side of my table. Then she just moved the table as I was eating. I found this to be irritating, but brushed it off. I continued to eat my meal and browse my magazine when the bus person decided she needed to pass through again. I guess she didn't move it enough the first time to suit her so she banged it again, twice and moved my table again. She said, Oh, sorry. I got up and said I guess I am done now. I paid my bill and left. From what I gathered, don't go to Randy's Diner two hours before they close, they have too much to do to want to serve you or be considerate. I should've gone to Sparky's or tried the Fleet downtown. If you don't expect much, this is the place to go, but the price is not in line with experience.