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.
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.
September inspections: 2 Bay County restaurants temporarily close, 29 issued warnings
Restaurant inspections in August: 2 in Bay County temporarily close, 37 fail first inspection
juicy seafood, 115808 Panama City Beach Parkway, temporarily closed Oct. 19 after inspectors noted roach activity present, resulting in a high priority violation and an emergency order recommended. According to the report, inspectors noted that 11 live cockroaches were found in the restaurant’s food preparation areas and walls.
The establishment received four additional violations, including two basic, one intermediate, and one high priority. Other violations included non-food contact surfaces soiled with grease or food debris, paper towels not provided at a sink for handwashing, fly tape hung over the fry station prep table, and operating with an expired license from the Division of Hotels and Restaurants. Inspectors said the facility temporarily closed until it met inspection standards and reopened the next day.
Five establishments were added to the list of failed inspections for operating with an expired license from the Division of Hotels and Restaurants and receiving administrative complaints in October.
According to inspection reports, the list includes: delight of palates (8817 beach front road), Authentic Mexican Grill (14662 Road in front of the beach), Cain Griffin Park Grant (616 E. 17th St.), Sharron Sheffield Park Grant (901 Ohio Ave.) and AL Kinsaul Park Concession (1146 W. Fifth St.)
In addition, three restaurants received administrative complaints but for different violations.
October 6, Sandbar Seafood House and Deli, 275 S. State 79, an administrative complaint was issued for cockroach and rodent activity present in the facility. Inspectors noted that two live cockroaches were found on the kitchen floor along with 15 rodent droppings in the dry storage area and near the dishwasher. The restaurant received five total violations of three basic and two high priority. A follow-up inspection was conducted on October 7 and 10, and the establishment met inspection standards on October 11.
Coyotes Bar, 2304 Transmitter Road, received an intermediate violation on Oct. 20 after inspectors noted the person in charge did not have proof of a food manager certification. The inspectors required a follow-up inspection and issued an administrative complaint.
On October 17, Subway #9916, 287 W. 15th St., received 12 violations in total. A high priority violation was cited because the cold food was held above 41 degrees, resulting in inspectors issuing an administrative complaint and requiring a follow-up inspection that was authorized the following day.
Most violations in the last 30 days
Two Bay County restaurants topped the lists in October after receiving the most violations and failing their first inspections, according to reports from inspectors.
On October 27, Dusty’s Oyster Bar, 16450 Front Beach Road, received a total of 15 violations: nine basic, three intermediate and three high priority. Violations issued included live insects observed in the kitchen and storage area, employees touching raw and ready-to-eat food with bare hands, dead roaches on the premises, food stored on the floor, and no food service manager on duty. . While the establishment corrected most of the on-site violations, a follow-up inspection was required where it met inspection standards the following day.
jin jin 88, 11560 Panama City Beach Parkway, received 13 violations on October 27. The establishment reached five basic, four intermediate and four high priority. According to the inspector’s reports, the restaurant was cited for debris buildup on the inside of bathroom doors, food stored uncovered, presence of cockroaches, food contact surfaces soiled with mold-like substances, and food contact surfaces. raw foods that were not properly separated from each other.
While the establishment corrected most of the on-site violations, a follow-up inspection was required where it met inspection standards the following day.
Another 30 first failed inspections
Added to the list of failed inspections were another 30 restaurants that received warnings in the last 30 days: Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar in Osaka, Subway #12164 (3700 West 23rd Street), Court house in the center, Burger King #29273 (3218 US 98), Little Caesars Pizza (531 S. Tyndall Parkway), Burger King #13617 (4709 US 231), vibrate, Underground (3604 E. 15th St.), Waffle House #1092 (17110 Back Beach Road), starfish grill, Hooters Panama City Beach, Shrimp Basket (12390 Beachfront Road), Waffle House #1953 (22913 Panama City Beach Parkway), Dunkin ‘Donuts (1200 West 23rd Street), Sharky’s Beachfront Restaurant, Captain Jack (12628 Road in front of the beach), seagrass village, New York Pizza and Grill, The Ranchers, Key West Sandwich Shop, Blue Moon Bar and Grill, Paris Banh Mi Cafe, Beach Island Bites, sisters of the sea, zollo pizza, Subway #1654 (241 S. Tyndall Parkway), Hungry Howies Pizza and Subs #287 (5805 NUS 231), 2 bamboo, Diego’s Burrito Factory (15514 Front Beach Road) and the back porch.
Approved with zero violations
Meanwhile, 115 Bay County restaurants passed their inspections on the first visit, and these 21 passed with no violations:
- Fairfield Inn and Suites (7718 Front Beach Road).
- The spice is correct.
- Five Guys Burgers and Fries (429 Ohio Ave.).
- Just skip the trampoline park.
- Tacos Bussin de Paco.
- Cava Mezze Grill.
- Subway #35784 (2101 S. State 77).
- Whataburger #1033 (2401 S. State 77).
- Catering service for bakers.
- Nature walk golf course.
- Thomas Donut and sandwich shop.
- Coffee and Sweet Beans coffee.
- Mr. Hibachi at home.
- Domino’s Pizza #5165 (519 N. Tyndall Parkway).
- Gulf Side Food Service.
- Laguna Grill.
- North Florida Motorplex.
- The barn at Wicked Wheel.
- Taco Bell (559 Richard Jackson Blvd.).
- Little Caesars Pizza (559 Richard Jackson Blvd.).
- Sharp Curbside Bistro.