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A popular ocean shore restaurant temporarily closed by Flagler Beach health inspectors

Flagler Beach, Florida – Two well-reviewed Oceanshore restaurants on Flagler Beach have reopened after being temporarily closed by health inspectors last week.

Inspectors found rodent feces in both The Net By George and Bed and Breakfast By The Sea, also known as By The Sea Cafe.

Ocean Shore Boulevard’s Net Bye George recorded 19 violations during a routine inspection on April 15.In a basic level breach, inspectors found duct tape used to repair the oven handle and there was no soap in the wash sink.

The high-priority violations listed are scattered 110 rodent feces and some foods are improperly stored or not kept at the proper temperature. It is included.

However, the inspection did not force the restaurant to close. DBPR did not issue an emergency stop order until the day after the follow-up test, when more feces were found.

The inspector returned the next day and The Net By George resumed without finding any violations during the inspection.

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News4Jax told the owner that they ran a white restaurant and passed the previous inspection. According to DBPR records, this was the only emergency closure of the restaurant.

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A popular ocean shore restaurant temporarily closed by Flagler Beach health inspectors

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