The restaurant passed its May 6 inspection with a 71. A score of 70 or more is considered passing.
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Other violations noted on the most recent inspection include the business operating without a “designated person in charge,” failure to display its most recent health report, and a mop bucket filled with dirty water in the kitchen.
They were also cited for leaving the back door open without proper protection to keep out insects and rodents.
Efforts to reach the restaurant Wednesday were unsuccessful.
Read the full inspection here.
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