Marlow’s Tavern in Atlanta goes from 60 to 100 on health re-inspection

UPDATE: Marlow's Tavern passed a re-inspection with a perfect score Monday. No violations were noted.

ORIGINAL STORY (published Aug. 18): A location of a popular restaurant chain failed a recent health inspection, Fulton County records show.

Marlow's Tavern in Midtown scored a 60/U following the Thursday evaluation. Scores below 70 are considered failing. Its prior score, from May 2016, was a 90/A.

The restaurant chain has multiple locations in Georgia and Florida.

According to the report, a manager was not present at the beginning of the inspection.

Officials reported food on a can opener blade and raw seafood stored over ready to eat foods in the main kitchen.

Marlow’s hopes to be re-evaluated Friday or Monday, a spokeswoman said Friday.

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“Marlow’s Tavern takes this matter very seriously and we have corrected the items noted in the report,” she said in an email. “There was never a time when guest health was at risk.”

Follow-up inspections are generally completed within 10 days of the original evaluation.

Marlow's Tavern

950 West Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

Score: 60

Read the full report here.