Haywards was the first barbeque restaurant we went to here. Hoyt had remembered its uniqueness and class from when he was a child (twenty years ago). It has definitely fallen since then. Not only was service horrible, the furniture was substandard and food was very dry. We stood at the entrance for over five minutes waiting to be seated before we peeked in the kitchen for assistance. The lady looked at us as if she had never seen hungry customers before… but we eventually were seated and our waitress found us. The wait wasn't long, but that could be from only three tables being used. We were also there on a weekday (Tuesday or Thursday, cannot remember), so we were hoping that it was this reason they were understaffed and serving old meat. Ick. Definitely paid too much for what we got… we both ordered ribs. That's about what it was too. Ribs, and fat. Hard to find actual meat on it, but the sauce was pretty good. Overall, highly NOT recommended. Hoyt was really sad about this, it was a fond memory that will unfortunately stay in the past.