Palm Beach restaurants, briefly closed under five

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Five restaurants in Palm Beach County were temporarily closed last week after state restaurant inspections failed.

Lake Worth Beach

Tacos La Placita, 6418 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth Beach, closed on September 8th after an inspection.

The inspectors identified eight high priority, nine medium and three basic violations.

High priority violations included small, flying insects.

The place made the necessary corrections and reopened the next day on September 9th.

Further restaurant visits:Rocco’s Tacos in Boca, one of seven restaurants in the county, closed temporarily

Perfect result:No inspection violations for these 30 Palm Beach County restaurants

Greenacres

The Food Palace restaurant and services, 4622 Jod Road was closed after an inspection on September 8th.

The inspectors identified four high priority, two medium and five basic violations.

High priority violations included live insects.

The restaurant made the necessary corrections and reopened the next day on September 9th.

Palm beach

Al Fresco Restaurant and Bar, 2345 South Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, closed on September 7th after an inspection.

The inspectors identified four high priority, one medium and four basic violations.

High priority violations included small, flying insects.

The place that made the necessary corrections will reopen the next day on September 8th.

Outdoor pizza, 14 Via Mizner, Palm Beach, was closed after an inspection on September 8th.

The inspectors identified six high priority, two medium and six basic violations.

High priority violations included small, flying insects.

The place that made the necessary corrections will reopen the next day on September 9th.

Jupiter

The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Company, 201 N. US 1, Jupiter, was closed after inspection on September 8th.

The inspectors found four high priority violations, one medium and one basic.

High priority violations included small, flying insects.

The place corrected all violations and reopened the next day on September 9th.

Perfect inspections

Palm Beach County Restaurant Inspections.

For the week from September 6 to 12, state inspectors reported flawless controls in these restaurants:

Chow Thai cuisine, 23034 Sandalfoot Plaza Drive, Boca Raton.

Macy’s Taste Bar, 5700 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton.

Forty carrots, 5840 Glades Street, Boca Raton.

Petrossian, 5840 Glades Street, Boca Raton.

eBar at Nordstrom, 5820 Glades Street, Boca Raton.

Dominos Pizza, 6548 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth Beach.

Pine Tree Golf Club, 10600 Pine Terrace, Boynton Beach.

Outback Steakhouse, 6266 Lantana Road, Lake Worth Beach.

Taco Bell, 6380 Hypoluxo Blvd., Lake Worth Beach.

Totally awesome subs, 6145 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres.

Taco Bell, 6265 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres.

Compass group USA, 13995 Pasteur Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens.

The Palm Beach Post restaurant inspection data comes from the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation. For more information on restaurant inspections, please visit the Palm Beach Post Restaurant Inspection app by clicking here.

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