The Inspector - 10 Miami-Dade Restaurants with ZERO Violations for 2009

Lest you think The Inspector is a hater, this week we won't bring you the dirt on local routine-food-inspection-reports. Instead we'll highlight the reports reporting that there is nothing to report. These restaurants were found to be totally violation free on their most recent inspections.

  1. Pita Pit -  16323 SW 88 St, Miami - Link 2 Report
  2. The Fifth -  1045 5 St, Miami Beach - Link 2 Report
  3. Wendy's #1716-142 - 1730 W 49, St Hialeah -  Link 2 Report
  4. Tutti Frutti Ice Cream - 1527 SW 8 St, Miami - Link 2 Report
  5. Wing Zone - 19807 NW 2nd Ave Suite 2, Miami Gardens - Link 2 Report
  6. Burger King #29 - 7070 SW 40 St, Miami - Link 2 Report
  7. Red Lobster - 1695 NW 87 Ave, Miami - Link 2 Report
  8. Aubon Pain The Bakery Cafe - 777 NW 72 Ave Lobby 16, Miami - Link 2 Report
  9. Amelia & Carmen Catering Service - 4542 Palm Ave, Hialeah - Link 2 Report
  10. 8th FL LNG HTL MIA CONCOURSE E - Miami International Airport - Link 2 Report

There you have it, 10 violation free reports for inspections occurring in January 2009.

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