South DeKalb wings spot rechecked after insects found in food

Update: The restaurant has passed a re-inspection with an 84. Read the new report: here.


A DeKalb County wings restaurant failed its recent health inspection due to insects in the kitchen.

Wings Factory, located at 3316 Snapfinger Road, Lithonia, received a 61 on Wednesday, according to the inspector’s report.

Among the issues: raw wings seen stored too close to other food; a dead insect in a container of flour; and a live insect in a container of corn meal.

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Manager David Ren said Thursday his staff was working to get all issues resolved. He expects a passing score when the health department comes back.

Failing restaurants typically are rechecked within 10 days.

Wings Factory

3316 Snapfinger Road, Lithonia

Score: 61

Report: here.

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