Some Fancy North Carolina Restaurants Scored Surprisingly Low On Health Inspections
The Charlotte Business Journal is back and with a report card all diners should care about. Some fancy North Carolina restaurants scored surprisingly low on health inspections.
The local publication continues their monthly report and review of health inspections for food establishments in Mecklenburg County. They based their data from the North Carolina public inspections online database. The places that are on the report received a “B’ or “C” for the October inspections.
What kind of establishments are inspected and reviewed? Well just about anything that carries or serves food to the public. Food trucks, push carts and of course restaurants are included in the review. There are a bunch of them, 965 such establishments are included. Out of those 965 inspected in Mecklenburg County, 22 scored below a 90. That of course means, conditions were not absolutely favorable in the kitchen or anywhere food is prepared, cooked, stored or served.
According to Channel 9, restaurants on the list include an Italian restaurant in prestigious Southpark. A hibachi restaurant in uptown Charlotte also made the naughty list. Two locations from the same pizza chain is also on that list that no restaurant really strives to be on.
Get details on the fancy North Carolina restaurants that scored surprisingly low on health inspections, from the Charlotte Business Journal.
Here are some of the recent Charlotte restaurants with low health inspections scores from last month.