The restaurant closed on Sept. 16 after inspectors found one high-priority violation, two intermediate violations and six basic violations.

OKALOOSA ISLAND — Asiago’s Skillet at 110 Amberjack Drive was temporarily closed Sept. 16 after Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspectors found six basic violations, two intermediate violations and one high-priority violation.

The high-priority violation stemmed from three live roaches found next to the stove in the food preparation area and one live roach found next to the owner’s office. Nine more dead roaches were found in the service area under the cash register booth and in the food preparation area next to the stove, according to the DPBR report.

The restaurant was opened the next day, Sept. 17, when inspectors returned and found the high-priority and intermediate violations had been remedied and saw just three basic violations.

Asiago’s intermediate violations were for an accumulation of black/green mold substance in the ice machine and stained/soiled cutting boards in the washing area.