No restaurants except carry-out shops that have no seating.
Fewer and fewer stores every year. In 1975 a shirtless customer might feel self-conscious, but he wouldn't fear being refused service or being asked to leave in any but the most elegant retail establishments. Some establishments where I shopped shirtless two years ago, including a liquor store, Baskin-Robbins, and Trader Joe's, have now begun prohibiting shirtless customers. Now I'm comfortable only at my neighborhood hardware store, the dry cleaners, the car wash, and a few independent grocers.