Several local restaurants are back open after they were closed due to recent health department violations for roaches, rodents and water problems.
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Jerome Caribbean restaurant, located at 1412 Lucerne Ave. in Lake Worth, was ordered to temporarily close after inspectors found roaches earlier this month.
The inspection on Feb. 18 found six high-priority violations that included roaches along with food stored at improper temperatures.
La Sorelle Delray Beach, located 20 Southeast 5th Ave. in Delray Beach, was ordered to temporarily close after a Feb. 20 inspection found roach and rodent activity.
The report said 30 or more fresh rodent droppings were found on top of dish machine. The inspection found a total of five high-priority violations.
Lucky Palace, located a 21659 State Rd. 7 in western Boca Raton, was ordered to temporarily close after a Feb. 21 inspection found multiple roaches.
One employee handled soiled dishes or utensils and then handled clean dishes or utensils without washing their hands.
A total of four high-priority violations were found during the inspection.
Nette' Fresh Fritay, located at 1489 N. Military Trail in suburban West Palm Beach, was closed for a few hours due to water issues on Feb. 20.
The report said they were operating with no hot or cold running water.
A total of three high-priority violations were found by inspectors.
The Outside Beach Club Buffet, located at 755 N. County Rd. in Palm Beach, remains closed because inspectors say the owners did not have a license after a Feb.19 inspection.
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