Last year I went with my family to Dallas so that we could attend my brother's graduation from this awkward thing he was doing (basically a bunch of retired navy officers got together and prepared grade-school children for the military... it was really creepy- he doesn't do it anymore).
At one point we had a couple of free hours for lunch so we stopped at a steakhouse for lunch. So we walked in and immediately everybody's eyes were on us. All of the clients were white, but we didn't think anything of it. At least not until the hostess seated us. Most of the clients were sitting near the front of the restaurant, by the entrance, but she insisted on leading us waayyyy to the back, and then she turned a corner until we were out of sight and nobody could see us by ourselves. My mom said she really didn't like the table that much so the waitress moved us one table over. It was really annoying.
We left immediately and went to a less creepy restaurant- this one was also steakhouse- the only difference was that there were Latinos and African Americans as well as Anglo folks sitting and eating and nobody stared at us when we walked in.
I think this is the most recent experience I've had with honest-to-goodness racism. :D