Updated: Health Dept. Closes Prime Table Restaurant
After a cockroach was found in soup, the restaurant and health department are working to "remediate the situation."
Update 1:10 p.m. Thursday: The Prime Table Family Restaurant remains closed after a customer complained of cockroaches in soup.
A sign on the door says simply "closed." Patch has been unable to reach anyone at the restaurant for comment.
The Oak Creek Health Department has said it is working with the Prime Table to "remediate the situation."
Original story below:
The Oak Creek Health Department has closed Prime Table Family Restaurant after a customer complained about a cockroach found in soup.
The health department confirmed the existence of cockroaches and has suspended the restaurant's license for active vermin infestation, Health Officer Judi Price said.
"The establishment is working with the Health Department to remediate the situation," Price said.
A phone call to the business went unanswered late Tuesday afternoon.
Prime Table, 7864 S. Howell Ave., is located in the Oak Creek Plaza shopping center near the intersection of Drexel and Howell avenues.