Here are details from those reports and several others in Miami-Dade. All of the failed restaurants reopened after satisfactory follow-up inspections.
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▪ Roasters ’N Toasters, 525 W. 41st St., Miami Beach: “Approximately 15-plus live roaches found behind ice machine ... accumulation of black/green mold-like substance in the interior of the ice machine.” Inspected Jan. 25.
▪ Johnny Rockets, 728 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach: “Live roach found inside kitchen ... 12 dead roaches along baseboards ... leaking water dripping over ready-to-eat lettuce ... leaking rainwater above in-use cook line and grill.” Inspected Jan. 28.
▪ Wok Town, 1570 Alton Rd., Miami Beach: “15 live roaches found by the production line ... 50-plus dead roaches throughout the restaurant.” Inspected Jan. 27.
▪ Kitchen 305, 16701 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach: “13 live roaches found throughout the main kitchen ... dead roaches on premises, approximately 8-10 on floors.” Inspected Jan. 25.
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