A "City" landmark fails, but Chuck E. Cheese passes with flying colors
Dining out this weekend?
The inspectors at the Hamilton County Health Department had an OK week, reporting only one failing grade among the 42 restaurants inspected.
Remember, each week we do give the low score, and we do have a failing grade of a 69 to pass along, according to Chief Inspector Jack Falcon.
Now a failing grade is anything lower than a 70. This place sits right there in downtown Chattanoogaand we're talking about the City Cafe.
Inspectors found potato and tuna salad, mayonnaise and sour cream all out of healthy temperature range, dented cans, employeesnot washing their hands and the walls, ceiling floor not only need a good cleaning but repairing as well. They have ten days to correct all critical violations
The high score of the week should thrill moms and dads. It's a 96 at the Chuck E. Cheese off Hixson Pike. Congratulations to those employees for their hard work.
Remember any complaints about a restaurant, hotel or motel, day care or a place you work out, call the Hamilton County Health Department Hotline at (423) 209-8110 or feel free to email meand I'll pass your comments along.
Monday, July 28 2014 6:37 PM EDT2014-07-28 22:37:23 GMT
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