I've been reading the negative reviews and thought I'd chime in defense.
From my experience, Steve and his wife run a good shop. They can be slow and the hours are not exact, but I've never had a bad experience. I mostly go for his B&W processing, which is one of the last and most affordable places in the city.
The store has a good collection of old gear and toy cameras. For Lomos and Holgas, this is the place. Students and film fans will rejoice.
I can't vouch for any of the rudeness or ignorance of digital cameras that others have cited, but I can tell you that Steve is not a Nikon/Canon wizard. I would only bring older film stuff here to be checked out.
FYI: Digital cameras are worse than computers. If your $300 or less point-and-shoot last two years, then consider it great and buy a new one. Don't take it in for repairs anywhere. The manufacturers will charge just as much or more just to look at it.
So in conclusion, this is a good niche shop for fans of classic photography or anyone interested in film. Call ahead as they have odd hours.
Pros: Excellent b&w process, toy cameras, vintage gear
Cons: slow, Mom & Pop shop