I have lived in Manhattan for 12 years and have NEVER been treated as rudely at any establishment as I was at Campbell Apartment -- which, until this incident, I used to like. I was meeting friends at Campbell and arrived there first. I walked in and went to one of the seats toward the back and sat down. The server very clearly saw me and proceeded to deliberately ignore me, going to the groups on either side of me. (I am a polished, attractive professional, so nothing in my appearance or demeanor should have caused such rudeness.) As my friends were about 20 minutes late, she passed and ignored me multiple times - I would try to signal or call out, and she'd look right through me or pretend she hadn't heard. When my friends arrived, they came over and sat down -- but not without attracting the attention of the hostess, who made a beeline to our table and proceeded to tell one of my friends, who was pregnant, that she was not allowed in the bar because she was wearing sneakers (though she had on business attire otherwise). We were in the back corner and my friend promised she would keep her feet hidden under the table. No matter - the woman insisted that we leave and wouldn't move until we did. I then noted the rudeness of the server who had ignored me for 20 minutes, and the hostess said, in an extremely snotty tone, ""That's because we didn't seat you."" Angered, I took my friends across the street to the Yale Club and have since then boycotted Campbell and have convinced others to do the same.