We arrived around 3 o'clock. There was only one other table seadted upon our arrival. As we entered the door the waitress/hostess told us not to touch the door because it had wet paint. This is of course after the fact my wife had it on her hand. WTH? What decent business paints the door during operational hours? We chose simple drinks, my wife a hot tea and myself a coffee. The coffee was so old that I could smell the burnt oils in it; It was at least two hours old. I am a big coffee drinker, so this was the second screw up after the paint. We both ordered the half rack of babyback ribs. The waiter/manager(?) did not ask us what type of frites (fries) we wanted with the order; the menu options listed three different types. The waiter did not ask us if we wanted an appetizer nor if we wanted a side salad to go with our meal. After stating this I got a simplistic side salad which consisted of six bites for $3.00. Not worth it. The cole slaw was quite beautiful but lacking in flavor. The ribs themselves were decent but by NO means fall off the bone good. They were dry. Cooked way too fast at a high temp. As we were eating a black man at the bar continuosly kept turning around staring at my wife. He is employeed there, I believe. As I locked eyes with him he stared at me. The atmosphere to say the least was unprofessional and uncomfortable. We will not give them a second chance. The restaurant has potential, but deffinately lacking in professionalism and class. I was quite looking forward to this first time experience after hearing a young man say it was a pretty good place to eat. I was very disappointed in service and quality of food, but the atmosphere itself was very uncomfortable.