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.
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.
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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