Gwinnett pizza parlor fails reinspection, remains closed

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Enzo’s Pizza on Highway 78 in Snellville scored 53 out of 100 on a May 21 inspection, and failed another one May 30. No score was given on the reinspection.
SNELLVILLE, Ga. —

A Gwinnett County pizza parlor remains shut down after health inspectors found cockroaches there twice this month.

Enzo’s Pizza on Highway 78 in Snellville scored 53 out of 100 on a May 21 inspection. The owner told Channel 2’s Carol Sbarge earlier this week that he has gotten a new manager for his restaurant and was working on fixing the health violations. But when the restaurant was reinspected Thursday, it was still cited for several problems.

Gwinnett health inspectors closed Enzo’s a week and a half ago. They found cockroaches throughout the food-prep and cooking areas.
   
The owner said he got an extermination company to come in, but on Thursday, inspectors found cockroaches again. Inspectors reported cockroaches in the hand sanitizer and along the pipeline behind the pizza oven.
   
On Friday, Enzo’s owner Tom Tillotson told Sbarge by phone that he is working with inspectors to fix the problems. He said he is determined to get a perfect score when Enzo’s is reinspected.