Arrived @ 9:15 am for breakfast on a Sunday morning to meet friends-all of us local Ponte Vedrans who have lived in the area since the early 1970's. We sat @ the large table in the back w/a sign that says it is for parties of 4 or more. When it became evident to us that a few members of our party weren't going to show up, we offered to move to one of the smaller tables, and did so. We ordered our breakfast, ate and were finishing our coffee and talking (one of us was in town for only 48 hours and was headed back to Shanghai later in the day). The waitress kept coming back and asking if we needed anything else. A man (the owner?) came over and said abruptly: ""We are going to need this table."" At the time he said this, there was no one waiting for a table. We were all in shock. None of us have EVER had that happen to us in our entire lives either in Ponte Vedra, anywhere in this country or in any of the many foreign countries we have lived in or visited (from the most modest cafe to the most high end restaurant). We thought it was inexcuseably rude. Who asks their customers to leave? We didn't see them ask any other customers to leave. We will never return to this establishment and don't recommend it to anyone. Any place of business that can treat their clientele this way should not be patronized. There are many places to eat breakfast in Ponte Vedra. You're better off at McDonald's.