At the famed Geno's Steaks in Philadelphia, patrons have to order in English — at least, it’s strongly suggested.
Geno's, which sits across from its competitor, Pat's King of Steaks, has a sign plastered to its window telling customers: "This is America: When ordering 'speak English.'" Its founder, Joey Vento, who died in 2011, put the sign up as the neighborhood saw an increase in Latino residents.
Many political figures avoid eating at Geno's because of the sign, but not Donald Trump. He stopped by Thursday as he campaigned across Pennsylvania.