DeKalb Checkers rechecked after failed inspection with numerous flies

Update: The restaurant passed a Tuesday re-inspection with a 79. Read the new report: here.


A DeKalb County Checkers failed a health inspection Monday with “numerous flies” found throughout the facility, along with other issues.

The restaurant, located at 2775 Panola Road in Lithonia, received a 58, according to the inspector’s report. The report says the inspector saw an employee not wash their hands after handing a cell phone; walls with food splatter and black substance; and equipment with food debris and grease build up.

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The restaurant and parent company didn’t respond to a request for comment.

Restaurants that fail are typically re-inspected within 10 days.


2775 Panola Road, Lithonia

Score: 58

Report: here.

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