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11/25/10

Food for Thought 11/25/10

Our first stop is a new edition to Lubbock, and they're debuting at the top.

"It's really good, and it means that we got our points across for our training," General Manager Karen Reynolds says keeping their kitchen clean takes the entire crew. "Our staff is on top of its game as far as keeping everything clean and keeping everything organized. It's amazing. We have a great team."

Einstein Bros. Bagel at 4525 Marsha Sharp Freeway opened its doors just a few weeks ago, "Everybody watches out for each other; there's ownership in (everything we do), and again it comes back to the crew and the team we have. We have a really great team."

Don't let the name fool you - it's more than just bagels.

"We have a ton of different sandwiches, amazing drinks, smoothies, coffees, any kind of cream cheese you could imagine for your schemers. It's just all around a great place for breakfast and lunch."

And Karen says if you haven't tried it, you're missing out, "Einstein is a fun upbeat place that anybody can come in get a quick meal; it's fresh everyday, it's a quality product and it's really good."

West Crust at 6012 82nd serves up another perfect score.

Dion's Pizza at 905 University slices straight to the top.

Chili Dog Café at 5903 82nd and Wienerschnitzel at 4809 34th are both repeat top performers.

If you've got a flare for the dramatic, Yamagata Japanese Steakhouse at 5905 82nd is just for you!

From freshly made tortillas to their famous smoked fajita meats, Rosa's Café at 4407 4th cooks its way to the top with a clean kitchen.

If you're looking to eat fresh hop aboard the Subway inside the Wal-Mart at 6315 82nd, but don't leave just yet... the store's Bakery, Deli, Fish Department, Grocery and Produce all were perfect as well.

But that's not the only grocery store on the list. United Supermarket at 5001 Marsha Sharp Fwy also had five flawless inspections including, the Bakery, Deli, Grocery, Meat Market and Produce.

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