Inspections of restaurants and food trucks in CARabelle May 27 – June 2: Restaurant inspection: One Franklin is perfect


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Florida restaurant owners are not required to post the results of restaurant inspections where guests can see them. So every week we give you that information.

Visit our Franklin County restaurant inspection site for a complete list of local restaurant inspections, including violations that do not require a warning or administrative action.

Here is the summary of recent health inspections in Franklin County, Florida, for the week of May 27 through June 2, 2024. Please note that some more recent follow-up inspections may not be included here.

Disclaimer: The Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation describes an inspection report as a “snapshot” of the conditions that existed at the time of the inspection. On a given day, an establishment may commit fewer or more violations than were found during the most recent inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall long-term conditions of the facility.

Visit our Franklin County restaurant inspection site for complete information on restaurant inspections.

Which restaurants in Franklin County received perfect scores on their health inspections?

These restaurants met all standards during inspections from May 27 to June 2 and no violations were found.

** Restaurants that failed the inspection and did pass a follow-up inspection in the same week

Which agency inspects restaurants in Florida?

Routine regulation and inspection of restaurants is carried out by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The Ministry of Health is responsible for the investigation and control of outbreaks of foodborne illness associated with all food establishments.

How do I report a dirty restaurant in Florida?

If you find abuse of state standards, report it and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation will send inspectors. Call the Florida DBPR at 850-487-1395 or report a restaurant for health violations online.

Read the whole story in our restaurant inspection database.

What does all that terminology mean in Florida restaurant inspections?

Fundamental violations are those that conflict with best practice.

a warning is issued after an inspector documents violations that require correction by a certain date or within a certain number of days after receiving the inspection report.

A administrative complaint is a form of legal action by the division. Inadequate compliance following a warning, a pattern of repeat violations, or the existence of serious circumstances warranting immediate action may result in the department filing an administrative complaint against the establishment. The division’s website states, “Correcting violations is important, but penalties may still result from violations corrected after the warning time expired.”

A emergency order – when a restaurant is closed by the inspector – is based on an imminent threat to the public. Here, the Director of the Hotels and Restaurants Division has determined that the establishment must cease doing business and that any division license shall be suspended to protect the health, safety or welfare of the public.

Following an emergency closure or license suspension, a 24-hour recall inspection is conducted.