Here, find one South Florida restaurant with a recent perfect health inspection (The Good), one with significant roach or rodent violations (The Bad) and one ordered to temporarily close (The Ugly).
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Zuma, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami. Inspected on June 4; zero violations.
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Titie Restaurant & Lounge, 300 W. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Inspected on June 4; 26 violations, 12 high-priority.
Inspector’s notes: “Live roaches found ... on a wall to the left of the cook’s line. Rodent droppings found ... approximately 20 moist droppings on a shelf under a prep table in the kitchen. One fresh dropping on a prep table next to an in-use knife. Rodent rub marks along walls.”
Issued an emergency order to temporarily close; reopened the next day after a follow-up inspection.
Red Lantern, 805 W. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach. Inspected on June 3; 26 violations, five high-priority.
Inspector’s notes: “Observed approximately 10 fresh rodent droppings in rear prep area ... 24 dry rodent droppings in rear prep area and 12 dry rodent droppings near side door area. Fire extinguisher stored on top of prep table where chicken is being prepared.”
Issued an emergency order to close; reopened the next day after a follow-up inspection.