JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Your health and safety, it’s the reason we go out every week to get you answers about the places you love to eat. In this week’s original Restaurant Report, Action News Jax Ben Becker tells us about violations that inspectors found at local restaurants.
State inspectors found raw animal food stored over ready-to-eat food, potentially hazardous food temperatures and proof of employee training not available at the Famous Amos on West University Boulevard.
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Jax Market Place Take-Out was temporarily closed and cited for 28 dry, hard rodent droppings, an ice chute soiled with a mold-like substance and floor tiles missing.
Inspectors say Gator’s Dockside on Argyle Forest Boulevard had live small-flying insects, potentially hazardous food temperatures and old food stuck to clean dishware.
First Watch on San Jose Boulevard was cited for live small-flying insects, potentially hazardous food temperatures and the oven with a heavy accumulation of food debris.
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