Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood temporarily closed in restaurant report E! News UK



JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla .– The two main offenders this week were no strangers to the restaurant’s report.

Health inspectors visited Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood and found eight live flies in the kitchen, more than 15 live cockroaches and 10 dead cockroaches. It was temporarily closed and reopened after two follow-up inspections.

Clark’s Fish Camp & Seafood was closed in 2015 for a foodborne illness investigation. It was closed again later that year after being hit by severe flooding. The restaurant was badly damaged last October by Hurricane Matthew and was once again closed for an extended period.

The Casa Marina Hotel & Restaurant in Jacksonville Beach had six live cockroaches, over 20 rodent droppings, and flies in the bar. Follow-up inspection is required

A health inspector at Bono’s Pit BBQ on Norwood Avenue has found hot foods, including chicken, ribs and pork, being kept too cold. Inspectors also found undercooked pork. Cold food was also kept too hot and employees added more ice to the freezer. A follow-up inspection is required.

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