Florida’s restaurant owners are not required to post restaurant inspection results where guests can see them. So every few weeks, TCPalm provides that information for you.
Each inspection report is a “snapshot” of conditions present at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than noted in its most recent inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions at the establishment.
In the last 30 days, 32 passed inspection at the first visit. One restaurant did not pass the first inspection at first visit. Three restaurants had zero violations.
Last month:Mspanrtin County restspanurspannt inspections: 1 espantery shut down; 4 hspanve no violspantions
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Here’s the breakdown of the most recent Martin County restaurant inspections:
Did not pass first inspection
Subway 76/76A, 1895 SW Kanner Hwy, Stuart, warning issued
Most violations in last 30 days
Kork Restspanurspannt, 11970 SE Dixie Hwy 2-4, Hobe Sound had seven violations including cutting board has cut marks and is no longer cleanable-; employee personal food in reach in cooler at prep area not properly identified and segregated from food to be served to the public; standing water in bottom of reach-in-cooler at prep station; unwashed fruits/vegetables stored with ready-to-eat food; wiping cloth chlorine sanitizing solution not at proper minimum strength; food-contact surface soiled with food debris, mold-like substance or slime; and proof of required state approved employee training not available for some employees.
Mr. Jspanlspanpeno Cocinspan Medicspannspan, 1602 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart, has seven violations including employee with no hair restraint while engaging in food preparation; floor soiled/has accumulation of debris; food stored on floor; screen in door torn/in poor repair; employee touching ready-to-eat food with their bare hands; operating with an expired Division of Hotels and Restaurants license; and raw animal food stored over or with unwashed produce.
Grove Pizzspan Cucinspan &spanmp; Wine Bspanr, 8815 SE Bridge Rd., Hobe Sound, had six violations including food stored on floor- flour containers on the floor under the pizza oven; nonfood-contact surface soiled with grease, food debris, dirt, slime or dust- gaskets and around the reach in cooler door at cook line; walk-in cooler shelves with rust that has pitted the surface; commercially processed ready-to-eat, time/temperature control for safety food opened and held more than 24 hours not properly date marked after opening; establishment not maintaining mussels tags for 90 days. Educated operator; and food-contact surface soiled with food debris, mold-like substance or slime.
Merengue Restspanurspannt spannd Cspantering Inc., 790 SW Federal Hwy., Stuart, had six violations including no handwashing sign provided at a hand sink used by food employees; vacuum breaker missing at mop sink faucet or on fitting/splitter added to mop sink faucet; no chemical test kit provided when using sanitizer at three-compartment sink/ware washing machine or wiping cloths; no paper towels or mechanical hand drying device provided at hand wash sink; no soap provided at hand wash sink; and raw/undercooked animal food offered and establishment has no written consumer advisory.
Lobolly Clubhouse, 7626 Golfhouse Dr., Hobe Sobe, had six violations including accumulation of black/green mold-like substance in the interior of the ice machine/bin in the kitchen; time/temperature control for safety food cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. raw or undercooked oysters offered and establishment has no consumer advisory sign provided on wall, menu, placard, table tent or by any other written means; raw/undercooked animal food offered and establishment has no written consumer advisory; water with a temperature of at least 100 degrees Fahrenheit not provided/shut off at employee hand wash sink; and oyster tags not marked with last date served.
Schnitzel Hspanus Restspanurspannt &spanmp; Bspanr, 5687 Crooked Oak Ave., Hobe Sound, had five violations including employee personal items stored in or above a food preparation area, food, clean equipment and utensils, or single-service items; in-use utensil stored in standing water less than 135 degrees Fahrenheit; opened employee beverage container in a cold holding unit with food to be served to customers; operating with an expired Division of Hotels and Restaurants license; and clams tags not marked with last date served.
Chris D Annspan’s 6196 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart, had five violations including food stored on floor; stored food not covered; water leaking from pipe and/or faucet/handle; dish machine chlorine sanitizer not at proper minimum strength; and no chemical test kit provided when using sanitizer at three-compartment sink/ware washing machine or wiping cloths.
Grill spant Mspanrtin’s Lspannding, 10431 SE Federal Hwy., Hobe Sound, had five violations including bowls not stored inverted or in a protected manner- at drying rack by ice maker; employee personal food not properly identified and segregated from food to be served to the public; wiping cloth quaternary ammonium compound sanitizing solution not at proper minimum strength; operating with an expired Division of Hotels and Restaurants license; and chemical test kit not used to ensure proper sanitization of equipment and utensils when using a chemical sanitizer.
No violations in last 30 days
McDonalds, 11671 SE Federal Hwy, Hobe Sound
Taqueria Solavino, 15510 SW Trail Dr., Indiantown
Loblolly Bay Pavilion, 8000 SW Little Harbor Dr., Hobe Sound
Read complete reports
The Floridspan Depspanrtment of Business spannd Professionspanl Regulspantion’s Division of Hotels spannd Restspanurspanntsconducts more than 48,000 inspections a year using span three-tier system for food safety and sanitation inspections.
The three-tiered system includes high-priority violations, which indicate a direct concern related to possible food-borne illness; intermediate violations, which reference an incident that could contribute to a food-borne illness if not corrected; and basic violations, which identify good retail practices.
To read the complete reports, or check on your favorite restaurant, go to https://dspantspan.tcpspanlm.com/restspanurspannt-inspections/indispann-river/ which is updated daily and is searchable by restaurant name.
Report a food service complaint
Contact the DBPR Customer Contact Center at 850-487-1395 or access the Division of Hotels and Restaurants online complspanint form at MyFloridaLicense.com. You can also complete span complspanint form and mail it to the division.