My customer and I decided to meet here for a breakfast meeting. She was 45 minutes late due to car troubles so I stayed inside at the small table and enjoyed a cup of coffee while waiting. My customer gave me advance notice of this cafe's business model making me aware that the meal price is based on whatever you feel is appropriate and is paid as a donation. There is also a tip jar at the counter which makes tipping very easy. Becuase this is a unique business model, I believe it would benefit the owner greatly by greeting the patrons as they come in and explain this to them because it is abviously an issue as noted in previous reviews as well as one other patron during my visit. The owner was too busy chatting it up with another couple to even bother to say hello to me at all. The waitress was nice enough but again, attention to customer's needs we lacking (I had to flag her three times before catching her attention - the whole restaurant really isn't that big). I will admit, I was at this restaurant for an unusally long time because of my customer's car problems. When the owner felt it necessary to let us know our presence was no long wanted, he came to the table (never introduced himself) and said that if we needed to continue our conversation, he would move us to the back room so that other people could relax and enjoy the spirit of the Lord. At no time were there ever more than three tables occied at any one time. It's really such a shame that the owner's rudeness would I choose to never go that that cafe again. Shame because the quiche and fruit salad were awesome.
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