So decided after a long week at work I would give this place a try. I went there tonight 9/18/15. The ladies that greeted me at the door were very friendly. The hostess asked me how many, I told here 1 because I was by myself. She asked if I wanted a table or to sit at the bar. I told her I would be glad to sit at the bar. She points out an empty seat. The place is beautiful and it's busy. So I sit at the bar and I'm admiring the place. The guy sitting next to me has this little platter of fancy beers in small brandy glasses. I already know I want one of them. So the female bartender makes eye contact with me, but she doesn't acknowledge me. She goes on to serve the people sitting on the opposite side of me. Then a male bartender makes eye contact with me, he also doesn't acknowledge me. He goes on to fill glasses of beer from the tap. Then there is a third male bartender that makes eye contact with me and wouldn't you know he doesn't acknowledge me either, I guess those glasses he decided to put away was more important than greeting me. I really felt bad leaving out of this place. Not being acknowledge by the bartenders was a slap in my face. I was the only black person at the bar. It is to bad that I didn't get the chance to be impressed by great customer service. All this because I was a little black woman in a bar full of white people. Honestly I would of never wasted my time going to this place if I knew that I was going to be ignored like I was by those bartenders. I felt like I was not wanted in there, so I won't be going back. It is to bad because I live within walking distance to this place. If you are a black person and you think you want to give this place a try, I would say don't waste your time....I don't think they want us in there!!! All of us black folks are not the same...some of us do know how to act when we go some place nice!!! I gave it 1 star because I was greeted at the door and that was the end of the friendly experience for me!!!