This last weekend, I had family in from out of town for the ""Cheer Bowl"" which was held at George R. Brown. At lunch time, we were all starving and decided to walk to Home Plate as it was open and nearby. Upon entering the restaurant, we stood and waited for about 10 minutes before bussing our own table. We literally used the clearner they left on the table with a rag and had to clear and clean the table so we could sit down. We figured they were just slow. Then a man approached us and told us that if we were hungry, we were in the wrong place! He told us he was the only person working there Saturday and that it would be very slow. He then rushed us through ordering our beverages and informed us that it was for our own good that he rush us. The food didn't even take that long to come, and tasted decent. Had it not been for the rude server, the experience wouldn't have been so bad. But I left embarrassed for taking my family to such a rude establishment! They frequent Astros games, as do I, and have vowed NEVER to eat here again due to the rude treatment we received. What kind of impression of Houston was this person trying to give to all of the out of towners who dined there on Saturday? Minute Maid Park is one of the largest ""tourist"" attractions in the city. What was he thinking? We asked for an extra plate for one of the entrees we were sharing with a child and he brought us a saucer! Absolutely ridiculous! We will never return to this establishment, and it's a pity because the food was decent and very convenient for Astros games. It is my very strong opinion that people like this should NOT work in the customer service industry. Next time I would rather get in my car, pay to park yet again, and go to Burger King!
Cons: Extremely rude service!