Castellucci complained that the DeKalb inspector was tougher than the ones he’s encountered in Fulton County. He said other restaurants are also concerned in DeKalb.
“Our reputation is on the line with this stuff,” he said.
Restaurants with failing inspections are typically re-inspected within 10 days.
The inspector noted buttermilk stored past its expiration date as well as an employee handling dirty dishes before handling clean dishes without first washing their hands, the report said.
Double Zero was docked when the inspector couldn’t find where the menu disclosed that a drink included raw eggs, according to the report.
The restaurant also lost points for not having a county approved vomit-cleaning kit, though Castellucci said it came from a reputable supplier.
1577 North Decatur Road
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