Dunkin Donuts, Buffalo Wild Wings didn’t passOctober 14, 2021
Florida’s restaurant owners are not required to post restaurant inspection results where guests can see them. So every few weeks, we provide that information for you.
Each inspection report is a “snapshot” of conditions present at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than noted in its most recent inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions at the establishment.
From September: Treasure Coast restaurant inspections
Treasure Coast restaurants: What’s opened, closed or moved recently?
In the last 30 days, 61 passed inspection at the first visit. Thirteen restaurants did not pass the first inspection at first visit.
Here’s the breakdown of the most recent Martin County restaurant inspections:
Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House, 1401 N.E. Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach. Closed Sept. 29; reopened Sept. 30. Several high-priority items noted including live roaches found inside unused cabinet under broiler on cook line and on floor in kitchen corner under unused crates; stop sale issued due to food not being in a wholesome, sound condition, swollen dijon mustard can; toxic substance/chemical improperly stored.
What Do Restaurant Inspectors Look For?
Each inspection report is a “snapshot” of conditions present at the restaurant at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than noted in their most recent inspection. GINNY BEAGAN
Ginny Beagan, TCPALM
Most violations in the last 30 days
Crane Watch Club, 4225 S.W. Bimini Circle, Palm City. Cited for 13 violations, including raw animal food stored over/not properly separated from ready-to-eat food in freezer; stop sale issued on time/temperature control of food due to temperature abuse; ready–to-eat, time/temperature control for safety with food not consumed/sold within seven days after opening/preparation; hand wash sink not accessible for employee use at all times; menu does not identify which items contain raw or undercooked animal foods covered by the consumer advisory; and no paper towels or mechanical hand drying device provided at hand wash sink.
JR’s BBQ, 15492 S.W. Warfield Blvd., Indiantown. Cited for nine violations including employee personal items stored in or above a food preparation area, food, clean equipment and utensils, or single-service items; plumbing system in disrepair; wiping cloth chlorine sanitizing solution not at proper minimum strength; raw animal food stored over/not properly separated from ready-to-eat food; incorrect chemical test kit provided for measuring the concentration of the sanitizer solution used in the three-compartment sink and/or dish machine; raw/undercooked animal food offered and establishment has no written consumer advisory; and ready-to-eat, time/temperature control for safety food prepared onsite and held more than 24 hours not…