UPDATE: The restaurant was re-inspected Feb. 26 and scored a 90/A. The report noted two violations: A failure to display the 58/U score for public viewing, and a failure to hold food items at approved temperatures.
ORIGINAL STORY (published Feb. 26): A pizza joint failed a recent health inspection, Fulton County records show.
The inspection happened during a busy lunch rush and the food that was checked with high or low temperatures had just been made, the manager said. She called the inspection’s results embarrassing and horrible, and stressed that the restaurant is not unclean.
“We learned a hard lesson and we’re correcting it,” Pawenski said Friday. “We’re having training and everything possible to fix this.”