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Popular Gwinnett Jamaican spot fails health inspection (again)

Update: The restaurant was re-checked on Nov. 29 and failed again, with a 55, thanks to similar concerns from the first failure. Read the new report: here.


A Jamaican restaurant on the Gwinnett-DeKalb County line just feet outside Tucker failed its recent health inspection with a variety of issues.

Come Take a Bite Jamaican Cuisine, located at 6330 Lawrenceville Highway, received a 66 on Nov. 20, according to the inspector’s report.

Among the issues in the report are: paper towels missing from the handwashing sink; bottles of ginger juice unlabeled; food not being properly stored and a can of Raid for roaches and ants found in the restaurant. Restaurants aren’t allowed to use household pest control products.

June Lovell, manager, said Wednesday: “We’re going to fix it as soon as possible.”

Restaurants that fail are typically re-inspected within 10 days.

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Come Take a Bite Jamaican Cuisine

6330 Lawrenceville Highway, Tucker

Score: 66

Report: here.

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Records show the official has done this at least four times.

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