How restaurants fared in health inspections for Feb.11

The Mecklenburg County Health Department conducted inspections at the following restaurants from Jan. 31 to Feb. 4:

Lowest Scores

• Fox and Hound Pub & Grill, 9325 Center Lake Drive, Charlotte – 94.5
Croutons stored uncovered under shelving with food, grease and trash build up observed; concentration in sanitizer bottles not properly concentrated; tomatoes not stored at proper temperature of 45 degree or below.

• Romanello’s Pasta, Pizza & Subs, 105 Statesville Road, Huntersville – 95.5
Box of chicken stored on the floor in walk-in cooler; microbial growth observed inside ice machine; concentration in sanitizer bottles not properly concentrated.

Other scores

Huntersville
• Chico’s Mexican Grill, 102 N. Statesville Road – 96.5
• Domino’s Pizza, 12905 Rosedale Hill Ave. – 97.5
• Harris Teeter Market/Seafood, 9759 Sam Furr Road – 100
• Papa Johns Pizza, 16235 Statesville Road – 96.5
• Subway, 9121 Sam Furr Road – 97.5

Cornelius

• Acropolis Café, 20657 Catawba Ave. – 99
• Harris Teeter Deli/Bakery, 19815 North Cove Road – 101.5
• Peninsula Yacht Club, 18501 Harbor Light Blvd. – 97
• Subway, 20430 W. Catawba Ave. – 98.5

Davidson

Inspectors did not review any restaurants in Davidson last week.

Northlake Mall area

• P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, 10325 Perimeter Pkwy. – 97
• Subway, 9820 Callabridge Court – 96.5
• Walmart Deli/Bakery, 9820 Callabridge Court – 96

About the grades


Restaurants are given grades of A for scoring at least 90 percent, B for 80 to 89 percent and C for 70 to 79 percent. The state revokes permits for restaurants that score below 70 percent.


Restaurants are eligible for two bonus points if an employee has completed a food service sanitation program within three years.


For more details on Mecklenburg County restaurants go to http://mecklenburg.digitalhealthdepartment.com.


– Compiled by staff

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