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  Food for Thought: 8/30

More than 50 kitchens in the Hub City were inspected in this week's Food for Thought, and we only have one low performer on the menu.

  Food for Thought Report: 8.30

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

  Food for Thought: 8/23

A Lubbock Mexican food restaurant is back open after health inspectors made them close their doors to clean up.

  Food for Thought: 8/16

Mice droppings and a dead mouse. Those are just two of the violations found at this week's only low performer.

  Food for Thought Report: 8.16

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

  Food for Thought Report: 8.9

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

  Food for Thought: 8/9

This week, Lubbock health inspectors checked out more than 40 kitchens, and two of these locations had enough violations to land them at the bottom of the list.

  Food for Thought: 8/2

KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Hartin tells us what they found in this week's edition of Food for Thought.

  Food for Thought: 7/26

Lubbock health inspectors checked out the cleanliness of nearly 50 kitchens this week.

  Food for Thought Report: 7.26

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

  Food for Thought Report: 7.12

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

  Food for Thought: 7/19

Each week, Lubbock health inspectors head into dozens of restaurants for inspections, then we serve up the top and low performers in Food for Thought.

  Food for Thought: 7/12

Every week Lubbock health inspectors check out the cleanliness of local restaurants to make sure your family is dining in a safe and clean environment. This week they headed inside more than 40 kitchens.

Food for Thought Report 11.2

No matter what you're in the mood for, this Food for Thought probably has it. Only problem is, all of this week's restaurants are low performers. NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland joins us now with the menu of violations.

Food for Thought: 7/5

This week, health inspectors surprised more than 50 Hub City eateries. Two of those made the Food for Thought list.

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Food For Thought Report 10.9

Out of the 56 restaurants inspected this week, only one made the Food for Thought list. NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the details.

Food for Thought Report 5.3

A variety to choose from in this week's Food for Thought. NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the good and bad.

Food for Thought Report 3.15

It's a short menu in this week's Food for Thought with two top performers and only one low performer. NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the violations.

  Food for Thought: 6/21/18

A Lubbock fried chicken restaurant is now reopened after it was forced to shut down because of a cockroach infestation.

Food for Thought 3.6

Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 3/6/03.

  Food for Thought: 6/7

Health inspectors popped-in on about two dozen eateries this week to make sure they're keeping clean.

Food for Thought: 5/24/18

Lubbock health inspectors checked-in on the cleanliness of about three dozen Hub City eateries.

Food for Thought: 5/10

Each week health inspectors head into kitchens all across the Hub City to make sure they're keeping clean. And, it's not just restaurants they check out.

Food for Thought Report: 5.3

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

Food for Thought: 4/26

Health inspectors popped in on nearly 40 food establishments this week. Not one was bad enough to land on the low performer's list, but we do have two stops at the top.

Food for Thought: 4/19

Out of dozens of Lubbock eateries inspected this week, we only have good news in this edition of Food for Thought.

Food for Thought: 4/12

Every week health inspectors check out the cleanliness of Lubbock eateries; this week they surprised about 50 locations. A half-dozen of those stops are on the Food for Thought menu, a mixed plate of top and low performers.

Food for Thought Report: 3.1

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

Food for Thought: 4/5

This week, a low performer with 16 critical violations, charged a reinspection fee due to the number of repeat violations.

Food for Thought Report: 2.22

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

Food for Thought: 3/29

A popular Lubbock BBQ spot is back open after it was forced to shut down following their latest health inspection, but they're not the only low performer on the list.

Food for Thought: 3/22

Christy Hartin tells us what they found in this week's Food for Thought.

Food for Thought: 3/15

KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Hartin dishes out the violations in this week's Food for Thought.

Food for Thought: 3/8

A Lubbock Mexican food restaurant reopened after health inspectors forced them to temporarily close and clean up their kitchen after their latest health inspection.

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Food for Thought: 3/1

It's time to check-in on the cleanliness of some Lubbock restaurants in this week's Food for Thought.

Food for Thought: 2/22

It was a busy week for health inspectors in the Hub City. They checked out the cleanliness of nearly 70 Lubbock food establishments.

Food for Thought Report: 2.15

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.

Food for Thought: 2/15

Lubbock health inspectors surprised nearly four-dozen Hub City eateries this week, checking out the cleanliness of their kitchens.

Food for Thought Report: 2.9

For a complete overview of the Violations see below.