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Dirty Dining: Three area restaurants ordered temporarily closed following health inspectors' visits

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Posted at 11:09 AM, Aug 22, 2017
and last updated 2017-08-22 13:27:58-04

Three area restaurants were among 32 statewide that had to temporarily close their doors following visits by state health inspectors.

Rocky’s Italian Bistro on Southeast Fifth Avenue in Delray Beach, Wendy's on Boynton Beach Boulevard in Boynton Beach and Hooters on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard in West Palm Beach, all were ordered to close after being cited for high-priority violations.

According to an Aug. 18 inspection report, Hooters had five high-priority violations that included live, small flying insects in the kitchen; foods not kept at cold enough temperatures and sewage or wastewater backing up through the floor drain in the dishwasher area.

For more details on the inspection take a look at the full report below.

Wendy's, on Aug. 16 was cited for three high priority violations, that included the presence of five live roaches in the dishwashing area and foods not being kept cold enough.

For more details on the inspection take a look at the full report below.

Rocky’s on Aug, 16 was cited for eight violations, including a high-priority one, namely a handful of live roaches in the kitchen and dining area, according to the report.

For the full list of violations, check out Rocky’s inspection report below.

Both restaurants reopened after passing follow-up inspections.  

Hooters inspection report

Wendy's inspection report

 

Rocky’s inspection report