Editor's note: This post is about chefs and they can be quite coarse when they talk. Don't be surprised by a little foul language.
In these acrimonious times, many restaurants are treading the fine line between hospitality and politics. Anxiety-inducing though it might be, restaurants have found themselves in this awkward position before.
Just ask Jeremiah Tower, one of America's most influential chefs, who faced a similarly sticky situation four decades ago.