Popular Atlanta strip club fails health inspection, report says

Update: Magic City passed its reinspection this week with a score of 98, according to a Fulton County official.

Eli Jones, deputy director for the department of enviromental health, said the adult entertainment club was reinspected on Wednesday. The strip club failed a health inspection on June 7.

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Original story: A popular adult entertainment club in Atlanta failed a restaurant health inspection this week, according to officials.

Magic City received a score of 54 on Tuesday after inspectors noted no soap or paper towels at the bar hand sink and improperly washed dishes, according to the report.

A health inspector also noted "severe" build up of debris on the soda gun and moldy sour cream.

Read the full health inspection report here.

Magic City provides bottle service, an extensive drink menu and a lunch and dinner food menu, including chicken wings and burgers.

GQ called Magic City "the most important club in the most important city in the hip-hop industry" in a 2015 documentary.

Multiple attempts to contact representatives at Magic City were unsuccessful.

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