My bike-riding friends and I went there a fewf times for breakfast after our bike rids. Despite our several visits, the owner failed to acknowledge our presence there by not even welcoming us to the place.In his absence, the male waiters are the worst in terms of accommodating guests: we asked for another table to be moved so our group would sit comfortably and he refused, so I moved it myself while he leaned against the wall with arms crossed. When we've asked for a different kind of salsa than the one they usually serve with a dish, they charged us $1.00 for a miniscule portion (2 oz.?). My friend asked for a tortilla and she was charged $1.00 for it. This is a group of 4-8 people that could've been their clients every Friday. We've moved on to another restaurant where they've learned our names, ask about our ride, and are most pleasant (HUmmingbird Cafe, around the corner). Caffe di Fiore is a candidate for the TV program "Stake-out".