On Marietta Street in Powder Springs, a local health inspector uncovered critical violations at a Cobb County restaurant. Macland Wings & More failed with 42-points and a “U” for unsatisfactory. The report says an employee touched cooked fries with bare hands. Plus, blue cheese dressing was sitting on the kitchen floor and flies were seen throughout the kitchen.
Atlanta News First discovered several critical health violations at a popular seafood buffet in metro Atlanta this week. Atlantic Buffet on Cobb Parkway in Marietta failed with only 57-points and a “U” for unsatisfactory.
Filthy conditions inside the Piccadilly Cafeteria at South DeKalb Mall have been cleaned up. The DeKalb County Board of Health released before and after photos from inside the kitchen and the images are stunning.
On Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta, next to the Fox Theatre, there’s trouble brewing at a 24-hour diner. The restaurant doors were locked, and the lights were out following a recent health inspection.
On Scenic Highway in Snellville, Buffalo Wings & Philly is open for business but under the watchful eye of the health department. The Gwinnett County restaurant failed with 56-points and a “U” for unsatisfactory.
In the heart of Atlanta’s Little Five Points, one of the most eclectic neighborhoods in town, you’ll find a wide range of restaurants to choose from, but not all of them are in good standing with the health department.
In our exclusive Restaurant Report Card this week, CBS46’s Adam Murphy dishes out the dirty details on a local restaurant with a health score in the 30’s. Plus, our report highlights a delicious sushi spot with a perfect 100.
A popular fast-food joint failed a health inspection this week with a score in the 50s at one of its newest locations. But we begin our exclusive Restaurant Report Card at an iconic grill with a perfect score!
Here’s another helping of our exclusive CBS46 Restaurant Report Card. 30-miles north of Atlanta on Towne Lake Parkway in Woodstock, Cancun Mexican Grill is in some hot water with the health department.