A LITTLE RACIST, BOCA? Woman Complains About Mexican Food At HOA Board Meeting

Boca Raton Delray Beach Florida News Palm Beach County



BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — We’re not naming names, but never forget what some people truly think about the melting pot that is South Florida. And by some people, we mean some of the New Yorkers who moved down during COVID because Florida was the promised land. received several tips today — along with audio that we’re not publishing — of an HOA meeting at a large Delray Beach community on Lyons Road. During the public portion of the meeting, where homeowners do what relocated New Yorkers do best — complain about everything — one woman went on and on and on about the community’s restaurant. But it wasn’t just the quality and service of the restaurant. No. It was that during a Mother’s Day Brunch, and a Cinco de Mayo celebration, the restaurant had the audacity to serve Mexican food as an option.

Apparently for this woman, Mexican food is something her landscapers are supposed to eat, not something that should be served in a community restaurant with a large white affluent clientele. Sources say she spent a solid ten minutes complaining about several aspects of food and service, but really honed in on Mexican food.

”Why Mexican food?!” several reported she asked the Board of Directors. ”Many don’t like it. It doesn’t sit well in my stomach.”

Sources say the Board of Directors tried to hurry this woman along with her comments, but she just kept talking and talking.

“Who the hell wants this Mexican food?” she continued. ”No one eats this Mexican junk.”

The woman then went on to complain about not being allowed to bring her own chips to a Canasta meeting. We assume potato. She clearly wouldn’t be caught dead with the type of chips that need Salsa.


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