Restaurant Report: Popular eatery near St. Johns Town Center shut down for sewage

A restaurant near the St Johns Town Center is open after being shut down for sewage and storage issues. News4JAX reporter Aleesia Hatcher joins us with this week's Restaurant Report.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A popular restaurant near St. Johns Town Center is back open after it was shut down for sewage issues.

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

The inspector’s report says wastewater was coming out of the drain in the middle of the cook line in the kitchen at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, and sewage/wastewater was backing up through floor drains.

The restaurant was also penalized for storing food on the floor, not storing food at the correct temperature, and not throwing food away by a certain time.

The restaurant reopened the day after the inspection.

Failed Inspection | Passed Inspection

Redbowl in Bartram Park

Also in this week’s report, Redbowl in Bartram Park was shut down for two days over roach activity.

News4JAX reached out to the restaurant and confirmed it was closed to clean the kitchen.

It has since reopened.