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Food for Thought: Restaurant inspection scores

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Every Thursday on WSFA 12 News at 10, 12 NEWS DEFENDERS brings you the latest restaurant health inspection scores from the Montgomery County Department of Public Health.

Before you pick a place to eat, catch the latest edition of Food For Thought.

If you don't see your favorite restaurant listed here visit the Montgomery County Health Department's web site where you will find an extensive archive of scores.

If you don't live in Montgomery County, you can search for your county's scores at the Alabama Public Health Department's web site.

HIGH GRADES

Restaurant

Address

Score


Wynlakes Country Club (Men's Grill)


7900 Wynlakes Blvd.


100


The Gazebo Tea Room


414 Perry Hill Rd.


99


Faulkner University Dinner Theater


5346 Atlanta Hwy.


99


Cafe Siena


5345 Atlanta Hwy.


99


Flames

Eastdale Mall Food Court

99

Island Delight

323 Airbase Blvd.

99


LOW GRADES

Restaurant

Address

Priority Item(s)

Score

Mastro Food Mart

2481 Lower Wetumpka Rd.

Fruit flies/ants in establishment
 

79

Citgo #14 1192 West Blvd.

Cooked chicken tender, egg rolls, fish at improper temperature

81
El Paso Chili Company 539 N. East Blvd.

Sliced turkey, cheese, tomatoes at improper temperature

82
Pace Car 7120 Mobile Hwy.

Cooked chicken livers, BBQ wings, cheese, butter at improper temperature

84

Source: Montgomery County Health Department

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