Roaches, rodents, flies: Native eating places shut down over security considerations – WJXT News4JAX


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Two eating places in a single purchasing heart had been shut down per week aside due to security considerations.

First, Time Out Sports activities Grill on Seaside Boulevard was shut down for rodent and fly exercise. Every week later — a neighboring restaurant was shut down for a similar purpose.

Daruma Japanese Steak Home on Seaside Boulevard

An inspector discovered greater than 30 rodent droppings on the Japanese steak home. 14 of these droppings had been discovered on the sushi bar behind the sushi-making counter beneath the toaster oven.

News4Jax spoke with the proprietor of Hodges Plaza in regards to the situation of the companies and he mentioned rodent traps have been positioned behind the constructing and somebody cleans up across the property twice per week.

The Japanese steak home reopened the subsequent day.

Failed Inspection | Passed Inspection

Pineapple’s Caribbean American Restaurant on Normandy Boulevard

The Caribbean restaurant was shut down after lifeless and reside roaches had been discovered.

The report says reside roaches had been discovered on the leg of a prep desk, the door body of a reach-in cooler and in different areas of the kitchen.

The report does state an exterminator was introduced in to get issues cleared up — the restaurant was in a position to reopen two days later.

Failed Inspection | Failed Inspection | Passed Inspection

Jackie’s Seafood Market on College Boulevard

Over 60 reside flying bugs had been discovered all through Jackie’s Seafood Restaurant. 36 of these reside flying bugs had been within the entrance buyer space over ceiling tiles and on high of chairs, and the service counter.

Jackie’s Seafood Restaurant was in a position to open the subsequent day.

Failed Inspection | Passed Inspection

Cocos Los Primos on Cortez Rd

Cocos Los Primos was closed for working with no potable operating water.

Failed Inspection | Follow-up Inspection

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