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Unwashed hands and dirty utensils add up to a 77

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Dining Out This Weekend?

The inspectors at the Hamilton County Health Department had a great week, with no failing grades to report among the 17 restaurants visited.

But we always include the low score of the week.

Remember, a failing grade is anything lower than a 70. We head on over to Ringgold Road where a 77 was found at  J&D Steak Buffet.

According to Chief Inspector Jack Falcon, they found the following violations: the can opener was dirty, unprotected food in the cooler, employees not washing their hands, waste water on the kitchen floor and they were not properly cleaning the utensils. Once again they score a 77.

But the high score goes to the Subway on Dayton Boulevard. A great effort by their team with a 95.

Please remember, if you have a complaint about a restaurant call the Hamilton County Health Department hotline  at (423) 209-8110 or email your complaint to me and I will send it on to the inspectors.

Enjoy your meal!

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