Restaurant Inspections | 2 convenience stores earn low grades

Restaurant Inspections | 2 convenience stores earn low grades

Restaurant Inspections | 2 convenience stores earn low grades

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by NewsChannel 36 Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on September 6, 2012 at 7:51 AM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- These are the best and worst restaurant health inspection scores for August 22-28 filed by the Mecklenburg County Health Department.  The scores are in percentages.

Top 3
Five Guys Famous Burgers and Fries @ Epi Centre
Grade 101.5.
Date Inspection: August 23

Food Lion Produce
Grade 101.5
317 S. Polk St. 
Date of Inspection: August 23

Harris Teeter Seafood & Market
Grade 101.5
8538 Park Rd
Date of Inspection: August 24


Bottom 2
Mulberry Exxon
Grade 85
3215 Queen City Dr. 
Infractions include: Large dry food bins with heavy food debris and dirt.
Date of Inspection: August 22

7-Eleven
Grade 90
1901 Pavilion Blvd
Infractions include: Significant build up in the corners of the ice chutes on the main soda machine.
Date of Inspection: August 22

Reinspections
None

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