ROOSEVELT PARK, Mich. (WZZM) -- Health officials believe they have identified the restaurant where a salmonella outbreak originated

Those sickened ate meals at Pints and Quarts and CF Prime Chophouse and Wine Bar, which share same the kitchen on West Norton Avenue in Roosevelt Park.

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29 people became ill during the outbreak. Lab tests showed they had a common type of salmonella associated with eggs and poultry.

The outbreak started during a four-day period starting October 30 and ending November 2.