Restaurant Inspections

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Restaurant Inspections


Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation says every public food service establishment - including vendors, caterers and restaurants - is inspected twice a year. Follow-up visits are made if results warrant. The department calls the reports "snapshots" of how the establishment is at the time. Locations are in Jacksonville unless noted. NOTE: Some restaurants may appear on more than one list after addressing their violations and complying with the standards.

CRITICAL

Violations which, if left uncorrected, are more likely to directly contribute to food contamination, illness or environmental degradation. Examples include not heating food to proper temperature and not keeping proper sanitary conditions. These restaurants received 10 or more critical violations in recent inspections.

ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT RECOMMENDED

Existence of critical violations found in an initial inspection requires administrative action to ensure compliance.

Violations

Critical-Non

Restaurant*********Address***************critical-Total

Pizzarella Italian, 05/24***2245 Plantation Center Drive, Orange Park***35-7-42

Sorbello's Restaurant, 05/25***102 Debarry Ave., Orange Park******29-13-42

Sushi House Japan, 05/25***13820 St. Augustine Road*********10-7-17

CALL BACK - EXTENSION GIVEN, PENDING

Return visit indicates establishment operator is attempting to comply, but is unable at this time because of circumstances beyond control.

Mike's Pizza, 05/24******1075 OakLeaf Plantation Parkway,******17-6-23

Orange Park

Pizzarella Italian, 05/26***2245 Plantation Center Drive,*********29-7-36

Orange Park

COMPLETED

Sanitary and safety conditions did not warrant a follow-up visit to ensure correction. Will be inspected again at the next routine interval.

Alltel Information Services,***601 Riverside Ave.************11-1-12

05/21

Bomba's, 05/27******8560 Beach Blvd.************14-5-19

Brewer's Pizza, 05/27******14B Blanding Blvd., Orange Park******11-1-12

Buffalo's Southwest Cafe,***6055 Youngerman Circle*********14-9-23

05/24

Burger King, 05/21******1680 Wells Road, Orange Park******10-7-17

De Real Ting Cafe, 05/26***128 W. Adams St.************11-6-17

Domino's Pizza, 05/25***4158 W. County Road 218,*********10-7-17

Middleburg

El Apache, 05/25******922 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park******14-7-21

Greek Garden, 05/26******410 Blanding Blvd., Orange Park******21-5-26

Kan-Ki Japanese, 05/24***2009 East West Parkway,*********22-9-31

Fleming Island

La Nopalera, 05/24******14333 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach***19-11-30

New York Pizzeria,******2225 County Road 220, Middleburg******11-5-16

05/24

PLAE, 05/21*********80 Amelia Village Circle, Amelia Island***15-3-18

Stonewood Grill & Tavern,***3832 Baymeadows Road*********11-2-13

05/27

Thai Basil, 05/21******1075 OakLeaf Plantation Parkway,******23-12-35

Orange Park

The Crabcake Factory,***1396 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach***11-0-11

05/24

Waters Kitchen, 05/27***2034 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park******11-6-17

WARNING ISSUED

Sanitary and/or safety conditions require the inspector to return in the near future to ensure corrective action has been taken for violations found.

Bassil's Pizza and Subs,***1501 Lane Ave. S.************17-11-28

05/25

Best Western Cecil Field,***525 Chaffee Point Blvd.*********13-2-15

05/26

Bobby L. Capehart, 05/25***501 E. Bay St.***************11-12-23

Family Diner, 05/21******2443 Florida 16, St. …

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