Monday, June 27, 2016

From Jenn Strathman at NBC5/WPTV: "Roaches temporarily shut suburban Lake Worth Mexican kitchen"

This restaurant in the news is located west of Jog Road:

"Nobody had much to say inside Margaritas Mexican Restaurant (6659 Lake Worth Road) in suburban Lake Worth [emphasis added] about the roaches that closed the restaurant twice. Each time, they were not allowed to reopen for a few days."

[and the good news is. . .]

"During the most recent inspection, no violations were found."

Why is it correctly reported in "suburban Lake Worth"? Because the restaurant has a "Lake Worth" mailing address but is nowhere near the City of Lake Worth:
Use this link to learn why that distinction is so important.