PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — State inspectors temporarily shut down two Palm Beach County restaurants this past week.
For the second time this month, inspectors temporarily closed Cafeteria Hellen located at 4047 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach.
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They found dead and live roaches inside the restaurant during an inspection on March 27.
The report said three live roaches were found in pink Sweet'n Low packets in a condiment dispenser on the front counter next to a Coca-Cola cooler.
During a March 27 inspection, rodent activity was found inside Dixie Fried Chicken located at 133 SW Ave. E in Belle Glade.
The report said about 12 fresh rodent droppings were found on shelves in the dry storage area.
They also stopped the sale of buttermilk because it wasn't being kept at the right temperature.
All restaurants have re-opened.