13 Miami-Dade, Broward Restaurants Cited For Rodents, Droppings

A new report says more than a dozen restaurants throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties recently received citations for rodent-related issues.  

According to the "Miami Herald," eight of the 13 total restaurants had to be shut down for either part of a day or a whole day earlier this month in order to correct the issues. The other five were close to being shut down, but are being given time to correct things and be re-inspected.  

Issues ranged from rodent droppings being found in kitchens and near food preparation areas to dead cockroaches and roach eggs in one restaurant's freezer.  

Health officials determined that all the restaurants that had to close corrected the issues.  

They were allowed to re-open.

The restaurants include:

  1. Cabo Blanco, 948 NE 62nd St., Oakland Park
  2. Downtown Pizza Grill, 906 NE 62nd St., Oakland Park
  3. Fritaybon Goutalix Restaurant, 12143 NW Seventh Ave., North Miami-Dade
  4. Hong Kong House Restaurant, 955 NE 125th St, North Miami
  5. Las Cholitas, 1831 N. Pine Island Rd., Plantation
  6. Tommy Fats, 3499 NW 99th Way, Coral Springs
  7. Cake’s Thai Kitchen, 7919 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
  8. Mi Toro Grill of Miami, 650 NE 79th St., Miami
  9. Domenico’s Italian Deli, 13975 NW 67th Ave., Miami Lakes
  10. Dunkin Donuts, 7823 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation
  11. Kababi Cafe by Kuluck, 3828 N. University Dr., Sunrise
  12. Jimmy’s Diner, 11045 NW 7th Ave., North Miami-Dade
  13. Smoothie Jungle, 924 NE 62nd St., Oakland Park

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