Boca Rudeton

BOCA RUDETON™: Dogs At True Food Kitchen Boca Truly A Problem

Boca Raton Florida News Palm Beach County

TIPSTER: Even Manager Had Enough, Ordered Dogs — And Their Women — Moved.

These women are our latest winners of our Boca Rudeton™ award! Their dogs, according to a tipster, made dining unpleasant in the restaurant. They were ordered to move to the hightop tables, away from other guests. (Courtesy: tipster).


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — It wasn’t a silent night Sunday night for diners at True Food Kitchen at Boca Raton Town Center Mall.

Customers were apparently appalled that the owners of two dogs wouldn’t leave when they wouldn’t stop barking. To be clear, the dogs were barking, not the owners. Or so we’re told.

According to our tipsters, the dogs (and their owners) were so obnoxious that the restaurant manager finally ordered the dogs and their owners to move from the bar area to another part of the restaurant — the animals could sit under hightops.

We note that True Food Kitchen is not a restaurant that encourages patrons to bring their self-licking animals into the establishment. It’s a restaurant for humans. Where human food is served. And humans expect to eat their food in peace. You know, without four-legged animals barking, wheezing, wincing, or whining.

Two dogs, apparently out of control, ruined the dining experience at True Food Kitchen in Boca Raton, according to a tipster.

Owners who believe it’s perfectly acceptable to bring dogs into a restaurant for humans: you are the latest winner of the “Boca Rudeton™” award!

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