KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City restaurant had its food service permit suspended Tuesday for the second time in less than a month because of repeated violations of the city’s noise ordinance.
According to a statement from the Kansas City Health Department, The Rock Café, 1603 W. 39th Street can still serve sell prepackaged, shelf-stable food, but they cannot sell anything prepared on site and/or any food that requires temperature control.
The Rock Café had its permit suspended from June 25 through June 29 because of noncompliance with the noise ordinance, at which time management agreed in writing to abide by the ordinance and ensure they would not violate it again.
According to city food code, establishments must abide by all city ordinances to maintain a food service permit.
The length of Tuesday’s suspension was not immediately clear.
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