2 closures, 40 warning problems

2 closures, 40 warning problems

BAY COUNTY – According to restaurant inspection reports from the Florida Department of Business and Regulation, two Bay County restaurants temporarily closed in October, while another 40 failed initial inspections and 21 passed with no violations.

Temporarily closed

Arby’s #1800, 1877 N. Cove Blvd., temporarily closed Oct. 13 after inspectors reported cockroach activity on the premises. Inspectors reportedly issued an emergency order after observing a total of 12 live roaches in storage areas and prep stations, and 10 dead roaches found in a sticky trap in the storage area. Inspectors issued an emergency order, temporarily closing the establishment, and he was evicted the next day.

In total, the restaurant received five total violations: two basic, two intermediate and one high priority. Some of them include: no certified food manager on site, employee training expired for some employees, and current hotel and restaurant license not displayed.

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