An Italian restaurant in Stuart was among thirty restaurants statewide that had to temporarily close following a state inspector’s visit.
Tutto Italiano on Federal Highway was cited on July 25 for ten violations including four high priority ones, according to the inspection report.
The health inspector noted a handful of live roaches and several dead ones in the food preparation areas.
The inspection report also mentions issues with food not being kept cool enough, and the inspector issued a stop sale order for eggs.
After passing a follow-up inspection the next day the restaurant was allowed to re-open.
Check out the full inspection report below.