DIRTY DINING: West Palm Beach restaurant permanently shut down

DIRTY DINING: West Palm Beach restaurant permanently shut down

PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — In this week's dirty dining report, state inspectors permanently shut down a West Palm Beach restaurant.

Inspectors say Outside Pizza restaurant on South Dixie Highway was operating without a license.

Also, state inspectors temporarily closed Taverna Trela, a Greek restaurant located at 4801 Linton Blvd. in Delray Beach last week. They say they found live roaches inside the restaurant, as well as raw chicken not being properly stored.

The report said more than five live roaches were found inside a bottom oven at the cook line, and one live roach was found inside a rice cooker.

During the March 5 inspection, nine high-priority violations were found at Taverna Trela.

Inspectors also found live small flying insects inside the kitchen and food prep areas at the Arby's on 4275 Okeechobee Blvd. near West Palm Beach during a March 6 inspection.

All restaurants have reopened except Outside Pizza restaurant.

* Full inspection report for for Taverna Trela.

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