State health officials ordered these Miami-Dade restaurants shut this month after failed inspections. All of them reopened after follow-up inspections. Notes included are from violations observed by inspectors. Find the latest restaurant health reports and reviews with the Miami.com Dining Adviser: dine.miami.com.
▪ Elwoods Gastro Pub, 188 NE Third Ave., Miami: “Observed six live roaches crawling on wall inside kitchen area...nine dead roaches found on floor.” Inspected Jan. 6.
▪ Miller’s Ale House, 3227 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach: “15-20 live roaches found in the kitchen...approximately 4-8 live flies in the kitchen.” Inspected Jan. 6.
▪ Mondo Pasta, 328 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne: “Dead roaches on premises... No potable running water... Establishment operating without a license.” Inspected Jan. 5.
▪ China Wings, 12938 NW Seventh Ave., North Miami: “Observed three moist and fresh rodent droppings and approximately 50 dry rodent droppings.” Inspected Jan. 5.
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