Schlossberg's LinkedIn page indicates he studied overseas in Spain while in college and is fluent in Spanish. "He started saying a lot of ugly words".
"And my guess is they're not documented", Schlossberg complained to a manger in the video.
"I mean sometimes they do", the employee responds before the man interrupts. So my next call is to ICE to have each one of them kicked out of my country.
If he was so offended because the waiter was speak in Spanish only because of a native person spoke to him in Spanish, why don't he start waitering and he won't have that issue and family stop getting Spanish nannies and stop getting Spanish people to farm and.
Schlossberg, 42, is a registered Republican and 2016 donor of $500 to President Trump's campaign. The lawyer may not like Spanish, but his web site claims he speaks it fluently.
People bombarded his Facebook page and the Google entry for his law practice with negative comments. Wednesday night the bar said, "He is not a current member of our voluntary association".
Customer Deena Suazo, 34, a local medical receptionist, said she had just ordered her lunch in Spanish when Schlossberg exploded. Suazo, who has Puerto Rican roots, was rocked by the hate-fueled outburst. But they don't because once they get to "black and brown people are bad" they can kind of wing the rest of it.
Despite Spanish being widely spoken in the United States and around the world, some still take issue when someone speaks in the language of Cervantes.
Activists have identified him as the Manhattan attorney Aaron Schlossberg, whose Facebook and Yelp pages received a flood of negative reviews, but INSIDER hasn't independently verified his identity.
'They were speaking Spanish because they are friends, ' he said.
"Your clients and your staff are speaking Spanish to staff when they should be speaking English", Schlossberg kvetched.
Schlossberg erupted at fellow patrons and workers at a midtown Manhattan deli after he overheard them speaking in Spanish.
The man then stormed out.
And this may not be the first time that Aaron Schlossberg has targeted people in NY.
"It's no big deal", agreed Suazo, a regular at the restaurant.
The manager remained calm during the tirade and asked the man to leave.