After waiting a long time for any service, we finally placed our order. About 20 minutes later we observed a younger man walking around the restaurant with two plates of food attempting to serve it to numerous tables, and then making another lap around the restaurant. We suspected it might be our food, and that was confirmed when this young man and his - later to be identified Grandmother - eventually arrived at our table with these two plates of food. Admittedly, a pet peeve of mine, I don't like to see my food shopped around a restaurant looking for its rightful owner. I don't think a waiter determining which table a dinner goes to is a high expectation. I questioned the manner in which the food was served (i.e. "I've seen this food walked around the restaurant and attempted to be served at several tables"), and as a customer that bothers me. The older woman proceeded to tell me that this was her grandson, and that our food was not served to anyone else. I told her that I didn't think the food was served to anyone else,but that I had watched it be walked around and shopped around to numerous tables, which is something that bothers me. She immediately became argumentative, told me this was her grandson, this was a family restaurant, and concluded by saying that she would not serve us our food because we were now not welcome in the restaurant.About 2 minutes later, her and the presumed owner arrived at our table. I was surprised by being hit in the upper arm with his hand 3 times, with him stating that "oh, you're saying you're food was touched by someone else.." I replied with surprise that, "no, I didn't say that my food was touched by anyone else, but you're touching me." Rather than asking, "I heard there is a problem/issue/complaint", he said "get the f**&k out of my restaurant." Completely surprised and appalled, my wife and I offered to pay for the salad and beer that had been served, only to be met with the same "get the f*&k out" response. Can you believe a restaurant owner telling a customer to "get the f*&k out" of their restaurant because they questioned the service?? I will add, we were not raising our voices, not drunk, nor causing any kind of scene in the restaurant - simply just questioning the manner in which our food was being served.My advice, if you want beer and poor service, and will not question anything, this may your place. In retrospect, I should have called the police. To be assaulted by the manager because of a complaint about the service (regardless of whether you agree on the legitimacy of the complaint), is crazy and something I've never experienced. I've also never written a restaurant review on any site, but I will campaign against this establishment for a long time because of this treatment.