Almond Blossom

Almond Blossom

In 1924, a Chinese-American writer named Ben Fee went to a San Francisco restaurant named Almond Blossom and was refused to be served because he was Asian. He returned the next day with 10 white friends who each ordered the most expensive dish i.e., porterhouse steak. Fee was again refused service. He then “confronted” his friends. They walked out, leaving the food unpaid for.

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