There are several signs taped on the front door of Niki’s West restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama. One reminds customers that if they’re barefoot or have curlers in their hair, they won’t be served. There are three separate notifications that tank tops aren’t allowed. And in the middle of that display is a neatly typed notice that Niki’s is a “Family Establishment” with “Modest Attire Required.” Unfortunately, the restaurant seems to have decided that shirts supporting breast cancer awareness are less welcome than a set of hot rollers, calling the police on a customer who refused to strip out of his pink tee. On Saturday, Brian Studdard drove from Atlanta to Birmingham to celebrate his father’s 99th birthday at the restaurant,[…]