f there were a choice of zero stars, or even negative stars -- would that be a black hole?? -- I would pick it to rate The Garage. My wife, young child, and I drove a distance this evening to the Garage, where a gathering of friends was to occur for a going away party for one of our dear friends. We walked through the door, and were greeted by the bouncer/doorman who promptly informed us that we had to go to the restaurant or leave, as minors are not allowed in the bowling area. That is fine -- we respect the policy. However, what subsequently transpired was very rude and borderline offensible on the part of the Garage agent. Our dear friend who was leaving saw us at the door and came over to say hello, as did a few of our other friends already at the lanes. We were there less than 5 minutes, never crossed 2 feet away from the agent or the door. No other patrons came through the door but 3 individuals -- all a part of our party group. Subsequently, as we were saying our goodbyes because we are not allowed in the establishment with our child, the doorman rudely and abruptly opened the door and asked us to leave. That was that. We have never been treated so poorly, like second-rate citizens because we have a child in hand. We each had heard many negative reviews about the Garage from other colleagues in our professional fields, but had a few friends that claimed a positive experience at the Garage. Without a doubt, we will never recommend the Garage in the future. We are each part of groups that had a few events reserved in the coming months for other occasions, but needless to say we will be canceling our business.