LEE COUNTY, Fla. -- A Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Bonita Springs is back open for business after it was temporarily closed by the Health Department for several violations, including rodent droppings.
According to the State Department of Business and Professional Regulation, a dozen violations were found at the restaurant on Chamber of Commerce Drive.
Inspectors say there was built up food, grease, dust, or mold in the ceilings and vents. They also found up to 25 rodent droppings in the dining area.
The restaurant was closed last Monday, but reopened the next day when they passed another inspection.