Restaurant Inspections | Mold lands national chain in bottom 3

<b>Restaurant Inspections</b> | Mold lands national chain in bottom 3

Restaurant Inspections | Mold lands national chain in bottom 3

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by NewsChannel 36 Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on March 17, 2011 at 10:20 AM

Updated Thursday, Mar 17 at 10:22 AM

McDonalds lands in the bottom three after an inspector sees mold on several soda fountains. 

These are the best and worst restaurant health inspection scores for March 2-8.

Bottom Scores

Cottage Restaurant
Grade 84.5
1704-4 Harris Houston Rd.
Infractions include: Raw chicken stored over spring rolls (March 7)
Full Report

Mar Y Tierra Mexican Restaurant
Grade 88
3000 Yorkmont Rd.
Infractions include: Raw marinated steak stored over milk. (March 7)
Full Report

McDonalds
Grade 89
9710 Rea Rd.
Infractions include: Several soda fountains had visible mold on them. (March 2).
Full Report

Reinspection
 

None

Top 3

One-U Japanese Kitchen & Sushi Bar 
Grade 101.5
3022 Weddington Rd. (March 4)
Full Report

Harris Teeter
Grade 101
5706 Wyalong Dr. (March 7)
Full Report

Barnes & Noble Cafe
Grade 100
3327 Pineville Matthews Rd. (March 8)
Full Report

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