I've now been to Bad Daddy's twice. The food is pretty good, consisting of gourmet-type burgers, and a choice of something unhealthy like tater tots, hand-cut fries, or homemade potato chips, for around $9-10. They have some vegetarian options like a black bean burger, and some gluten-free breading, which is pretty unique among the burger joints in our area. The beer selection is good, with quite a bit on draft for $4.50-5.00 per pint, and some nightly drink special. The restaurant itself is very nice with booths, outdoor seating, and lots of tv's (pseudo-sports bar). The first time I ate at this restaurant, the service was good. The second time I ate at this restaurant, the service was horrible. The guy took our order, but someone else brought the food, and then another waiter and the manager refilled drinks and took a "second round" order before we ever saw our waiter again. When our waiter finally showed back up, he dropped off a single check for four guys, which we told him we needed split (attempt #1). In a restaurant that happily splits checks, if you are a waiter, shouldn't you always ask "how are we doing checks tonight?" So the guy takes off to split the bill. Ten minutes later, he comes back with three checks as requested, and it could not have been more wrong if he tried (attempt #2). Check 1 had things from check 2, check 2 had things from check 3, check 3 had things from check 1. So off he goes to try again. At this point, when we've only ordered four entrees, and five drinks as a table, couldn't he just ask us again what each of us ordered? I mean are nine items really that hard to split up across 3 checks? So he comes back, and it's still wrong (attempt #3). Off he goes again. Next, he is apparently too embarrassed to try again and sends the manager over, who finally has a brain and asks what each of us ordered (attempt #4). Then finally the manager comes back and drops off the correct checks along with coupons for free potato chips on our next visit (attempt #5). Seriously? Two suggestions... if folks ask to split a check, just quickly confirm what each of them ordered if you don't remember or if you didn't write it down (and why wouldn't you write it down?). It's not that hard. And when folks first sit down, ask them how they want to do checks. Restaurants drive me crazy. I know waiters, and they all say the same thing--splitting a check is the easiest thing in the world, if you aren't a complete screw up. I wouldn't avoid Bad Daddy's because of this one dolt, but if others post similar experiences, it could be this relatively new restaurant has a training issue to resolve.