Restaurant report

Posted 1/4/18

The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale, with scores below 70 requiring corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to …

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Restaurant report

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The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale, with scores below 70 requiring corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards.

The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments. If follow-up scores are available at the time of publication, they will be included.

Scores can be found online at https://apps.health.tn.gov/EHInspections. Scores are listed in alphabetical order by score.

Scores from the month of December 2017: 

• 100 — Five Guys Burgers & Fries, 124 Stuart Road, 12/11/17

• 100 — Holiday Inn Express Breakfast, 4355 Holiday Inn Express Way, 12/18/17

• 100 — Longhorn Steakhouse Bar, 4305 Holiday Inn Express Way, 12/15/17

• 100 — O’Charley’s Bar, 148 Paul Huff Parkway, 12/11/17

• 97 — Longhorn Steakhouse, 4305 Holiday Inn Express Way, 12/15/17

• 96 — O’Charley’s, 148 Paul Huff Parkway, 12/11/17

• 95 — Jordan’s Barbeque, 910 Stuart Road, 12/11/17 

• 94 — Tako Yaki Japanese Restaurant Aux., 172 Old Mouse Creek Road, 12/4/17

• 92 — N’awlins, 2595 Georgetown Road, 12/7/17 

• 79 — Cleveland Country Club Restaurant, 345 Kyle Lane, 12/15/17 (1 Repeat Critical Violation: “No bare hand contact with RTE or approved alternate procedures followed.” 2 Critical Violations: “Consumer advisory provided for raw and undercooked food” and “Compliance with variance, specialized process and HACCP plan.”)

• 76 — Café Roma, 220 N. Ocoee St., 12/20/17 (5 Critical Violations: “Person in charge present, demonstrates knowledge and performs duties,” “Food in good condition, safe and unadulterated,” “Food-contact surfaces: cleaned and sanitized,” “Proper cold holding temperatures” and “Proper date marking and disposition.”)

• 65 — The Spot, 45 N. Ocoee St., 12/21/17 (7 Critical Violations: “Person in charge present, demonstrates knowledge,” “Proper reheating procedures for hot holding, “Management and food employee awareness; reporting,” “Proper date marking and disposition,” “Toxic substances properly identified, stored, used,” “Hands clean and properly washed,” “No bare hand contact with RTE or approved alternate procedures followed.”)

Follow-up scores from December: 

• 97 — Bald Headed Bistro, 201 Keith St., 12/13/17 — Corrected from 92, same day (1 Critical Violation: “Food-contact surfaces: cleaned and sanitized”).

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