Flies found, 'deep cleaning' needed at Gwinnett Red Robin

A Snellville Red Robin is in need of a “deep cleaning” after flies were found in its kitchen, a Gwinnett County health inspection report says.

The restaurant on Scenic Highway earned a 68/U on its Sept. 4 inspection. It previously earned a 95/A on an April inspection.

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A health inspector observed “heavy debris accumulation” on walls, ceilings, coolers, floors and shelving for clean dishes in the kitchen, the report says. The restaurant needs a “deep cleaning” in order to remedy the problem, the inspector noted.

Red Robin
1250 Scenic Highway
Snellville, Georgia 30045
Score: 68/U
Read the full report here.

Multiple flies were found throughout the restaurant, but they were “most abundant” in the bar area, the report says. Metal cleaner and pesticides, both unsafe for food, were found in the food preparation area, according to the report.

Red Robin did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Re-inspections typically occur within 10 days of a failure.

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