MIAMI -

Inspectors with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation ordered two restaurants at Miami International Airport shut last week because of roach issues. A total of five restaurants and a catering company were ordered shut records show. Below is a list of the closures and some of the violations.

ISLAND CHICKEN GRILL

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

CONCOURCE J

INSPECTION DATE 10/3/12

6 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS

1 NON CRITICAL VIOLATION

“Observed roach activity as evidenced by 25 live roaches found in KITCHEN AREA.”

“Observed roach activity as evidenced by 20 live roaches found in PREPARATION AREA.”

FAMOUS FAMIGLIA PIZZERIA

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SOUTH TERMINAL FOOD COURT

INSPECTION DATE 10/3/12

2 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS

2 NON CRITICAL VIOLATIONS

“Observed roach activity as evidenced by 7 live roaches found in KITCHEN AREA.”

“Observed 3 dead roaches on premises IN KITCHEN AREA.”

EL COMPADRE PIZZERIA

219 N.W. 27th AVENUE

MIAMI

INSPECTION DATE 10/2/12

6 CRITICAL VIOLATIONS

2 NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS

“Observed roach activity as evidenced by 10 live roaches found in the kitchen above the 3 compartment sink on shelves.”

“Outer openings not protected and vermin and/or environmental cross-contamination present. underneath back kitchen door not sealed.”

BILL’S CATERING