Could be better.
I stopped by Rhubards with a friend. The gamers at the store were friendly enough and made me feel welcome. The person runnig the shop looked and acted like he wanted to be somewhere else.
They didn't have any of the stuff I wanted in stock.
Awesome alternative to the Megastore.
I was referred to Rhubarb by a patron at another local gaming mega-store after becoming unhappy with the environment there.
The store itself is on par with what I am used to(coming from upstate New York). Well lit, clean and a fair amount of stock. The guy behind the counter was friendly and knowlagable. He openly admitted to not knowing about certain things(a rarity with game store guys) and seemed to have a good rapport with the
few people(I assume were regulars) who stopped by. The store was a bit dead(especially for a Friday), but it was early in the day.
The store has five tables set up for gaming and has some very nice(but worn) terrain. I played to games of 40k and the employee on duty was good enough to let us finish our game which was a little more than an hour after the posted closing time.
If you are tired of the pokemon kids and the a$$hole gamer cliques you should probably give Rhubarb a shot.