# Restaurant inspections
Orange Park, Middleburg restaurants receive fines after state restaurant inspections
Three Clay County restaurants were assessed fines last month due to violations found during earlier inspections, according to an email from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, which conducts restaurant inspections.
Restaurant inspection: Fleming Island frozen yogurt shop receives fine for ‘vermin activity’
A Fleming Island frozen yogurt shop was assessed a $1,400 fine last month by state restaurant inspectors for violations that included “vermin activity,” according to an email from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, which conducts restaurant inspections.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park restaurant temporarily closed after ‘vermin’ infestation found
Sorbello’s Sicilian Restaurant,195 Blanding Blvd. in Orange Park, was temporarily closed by state inspectors on August 2 due to “infestations of vermin” found at the restaurant, according to an email from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, which conducts restaurant inspections.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park, Fleming Island eateries cited for violations
State inspectors found violations during July restaurant inspections.(Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) A Fleming Island restaurant topped the list for violations found during restaurant inspections in the past 30 days, state inspection records show.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park restaurant gets fine for violations
Pasta Market Italian Restaurant and Clam Bar in Orange Park received a fine of $1,600 from state restaurant inspectors last month. The restaurant, 1930 Kingsley Ave, has been inspected seven times by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation since last October. During a restaurant inspection on Oct. 22, the restaurant was cited for 29 violations, including seven considered high priority – the most severe violation.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park, Fleming Island, Middleburg restaurants cited for violations
State inspectors returned to Dee’s Music Bar & Grill in Orange Park, on May 26-27 and found more rodent activity in various areas of the eatery. Since Feb. 9, the state has conducted 10 inspections of the restaurant, 2141 Loch Rane Blvd. The restaurant was fined $400 by state inspectors in March, according to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, which conducts the inspections.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park entertainment venue temporarily closed by state inspectors
State inspectors temporarily closed Park Avenue Billiards, 714 Park Ave. in Orange Park, after an inspection on Friday, May 20. The entertainment venue is open 24 hours a day with more than 30 pool tables and an upstairs sports bar. The billiard hall also serves food.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park restaurant closed after rodent droppings found
Sorbello’s Sicilian Restaurant, 195 Blanding Blvd. in Orange Park, was closed by state restaurant inspectors on Friday because of “high priority” violations found. The restaurant was inspected on May 5 and inspectors found 14 violations, including rodent droppings. A follow-up inspection on May 6 found two violations, including a dead rodent under the pizza oven. Rodent activity found during both inspections is considered high priority violations.
Restaurant Inspections: Orange Park restaurants cited for ‘high priority’ violations
Miller’s Orange Park Ale House received 37 violations during a state inspection on April 26, including 11 described as “high priority.”. The restaurant, 1756 Wells Road in Orange Park, received a second inspection the next day and only one “basic” violation was found.
Restaurant inspections: Orange Park, Green Cove Springs eateries cited for violations
Restaurants in Orange Park, Green Cove Springs cited for violations during inspections.(Photo by Johnny Louis/Getty Images) An Orange Park restaurant topped the list of eateries with the most violations in inspection reports completed between April 1-15.
Restaurant inspections find ‘high priority’ violations in 4 Clay County eateries
Four Keystone Heights restaurants were cited for “high priority” violations during restaurant inspections last month. Laredo Mexican Restaurant of Keystone Heights was cited for 16 violations by inspectors, including six “high priority” violations during an inspection on March 21. The inspection report said a follow-up inspection was needed, adding that the violations were “not an immediate threat to the public.”