Just left a late lunch here. Here with my husband and toddler. We are a mixed race family. Since my husband and I have been coming here for about five years, before the baby was born, we expected a great experience as usual. We were offered a table that happened to be right in front of the doors, though I didn’t realize how cold it would be at the time. Was sitting in the booth with my daughter in my lap.Soon after we sat down, we heard the proprietors gregariously greeting and proactively offering another family with an older toddler a high chair. The family was Caucasian.My husband and I looked at each other incredulously. We weren’t offered one at all; we didn’t even know they had high chairs there. My husband asked the woman proprietor for one and she said yes and a man brought one over. He placed it right in the seat closest to the door. I had to remove my daughter from it 15 min into the meal because her hands were cold from the door opening and swinging shut so often. We were checked on only once, with just 2 napkins for the three of us despite one being a toddler. We left no mess and whenever our daughter loudly exclaimed, we shushed her. In other words, there was simply nothing we did as guests to prompt this apathetic treatment.The vibes were so off. The disdain and disinterest in us as being customers was palpable. I actually used to rave about this place to my friends. Right before we parked my husband and I were excitedly talking about bringing my mom and cousins here when they come to visit.I’m writing this because I feel very uncomfortable and slightly nauseous about what I just felt and experienced. When another Caucasian family left, the owners and waiters said THANK YOU!! Loudly and happily. When we left the female proprietor had her back turned and only the one male waiter who has been there forever and smiles kindly at everyone said bye.I was looking forward VERY Much to returning here for the first time since my pregnancy. Quite baffled and disappointed.