Greeted at the door by a guy sitting on the stairs who was dressed as though he was bike riding, myself and my GF waited outside for the 3rd member of our party to pull up. She did, little did i know the guy in the biker's attire was the valet. The 3rd member of our party, driving a day-old car chose to park her car herself but followed the valet to the lot across the street. She offered to take the ticket and pay the valet fee. The valet declined the money (nice guy btw). As we approached the door, a woman wearing a dress half-falling off beseiged us about parking in the lot across the street. The woman, w/o announcing that she even worked or was affiliated with the restaurant cited the fact that ""she pays alot of money to park over there"" . We offered to pay the valet fee again, which was only 4 dollars and not that big of a deal on our part. Her rant continued until we were halfway to our table. Obviously now we realized she had something to do with the restaurant, although i still dont know what. (I should have walked out right then, but didnt) Now i will be critical of service since our greeting was so rude. The waiter asked us to order wine the second we sat without a chance to couple it with our food or even look at the menu. We ordered a few glasses of wine, which were not carried by the stem while served, and ordered. The specials were ""ho-hum"" so were ordered from the menu. I ordered a ceasar salad with my entree. Our server brought out my salad and told me if i wanted fresh ground pepper ""it's over there"" pointing to a pepper mill burried at the end of the table. Entrees came with no real fanfare. They were good, portions generous and presentation was on par for the price. Another glass of wine was served like it was a can of soda. The lights were a bit too dim to eat and the table next to us smelled like mothballs. Those were just minor inconveniences compared to the crazy lady harping about her parking fees at the door. Will not return.