New Boca Raton Restaurant Already Cited For Health Issues

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BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A relatively new restaurant in Boca Raton was just cited by the Florida Department of Business and Regulation for multiple health code violations.

Sixty Vines, which opened not long ago at Boca Center (5050 Town Center Circle), received one “high priority” violation and three “intermediate” violations when visited by the health inspector on February 9th.

Per policy, the following is the unedited report as filed by the state inspector.

High Priority – Time/temperature control for safety food cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. At steam table, butter (61F – Cold Holding). Item stored out of refrigerator for less than 2 hours. Item being placed on time as a public health. Time mark applied.

Intermediate – Handwash sink used for purposes other than handwashing. At bar, hand sink being used as a dump sink as evidenced by a plastic strainer and debris inside sink. Items removed and sink cleaned and sanitized. **Corrected On-Site**

Intermediate – Menu contains an item made with a raw/undercooked animal food as an ingredient and description of item does not inform consumer of raw/undercooked animal food ingredient. Caesar dressing for Caesar salad. **Warning**

Intermediate – mussel tags not marked with last date served.

The violations did not require the restaurant to close, but will lead to an unannounced follow-up inspection. Sixty Vines is a national chair, that self-describes this way: “Come as you are and enjoy a new attitude about wine culture. It’s time we focus on food first, with cuisine inspired by wine country and an open kitchen that delights every sense. It’s time to experience a better way to enjoy wine: on tap and perfectly selected to complement each dish. At Sixty Vines, we have the right pour for every palate.”




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