Anyone could help me to understand this? I visited a restaurant in San Jose. At the counter, they have a poster at dominate location that says:
“We Reserve the Right to Refuse Service to Anyone”.
Here is the picture:
My question is, although it is the private property of the restaurant owner, does this violate the anti-discrimination law? Is it offensive to anyone? What are the cases that the owner refuse service to some one?
Don’t get me wrong. I am not assuming this is not correct. I just want to have better understanding how freedom works in U.S.
My top two observation during my last few trips in U.S. are:
1. Freedom is all about the right to say NO in one’s place.
2. Property is protected by walls, and in U.S. by laws.
I will talk about these two conclusions later. Anyone help me to understand this disclaimer? Obviously it is legal, and allowed, and this is not the first time I saw the sign. How come?