A Zaxby’s in Alpharetta scored a 100 on a recent health inspection.
Photo: Cox Media File
Photo: Cox Media File

Health Inspections: These N. Fulton eateries aced their recent tests

Health inspectors in Fulton County were busy this past week, dropping in on grills, coffee shops and other eateries from south Atlanta to Alpharetta.

From Aug. 2 to Aug. 9, there were six eateries in north Fulton County that aced their inspections, including a Cracker Barrel and a Zaxby’s.

Here are the scores and reports of the spots that impressed health inspectors:

800 N. Main Street, Suite 130, Alpharetta, 30009
Score: 100, A (View Report)

Johnny’s New York Style Pizza
550 West Crossville Road, Suite 102, Roswell, 30075
Score: 93, A (View Report)

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Scooters Coffee
550 West Crossville Road, Suite 101, Roswell, 30075
Score: 99, A (View Report)

2005 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, 30004
Score: 100, A (View Report)

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Cracker Barrel
5580 Windward Parkway, Alpharetta, 30004
Score: 91, A (View Report)

5192 McGinnis Ferry Road, Alpharetta, 30005
Score: 96, A (View Report)

From Aug. 2 to Aug. 9, no eatery in north Fulton County — which includes Sandy Springs, Roswell, Milton, Alpharetta and Johns Creek — received a score lower than an 82.

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