Food for Thought 4/19/2012 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Food for Thought 4/19/2012

Our first stop is a hidden treasure that sits right out in the open at 3416 82nd. 82nd Street Café serves up another multiple repeat top performance.

You don't have to look much farther to find our next repeat top performer. For your everyday family meal or your holiday dinner - Glazed Honey Ham Co. At 3424 82nd slices through their inspection with ease.

Our next stop continues its reign as a repeat top performer. Burger King at 2002 50th once again fired-up a flawless inspection.

Want to add a little spice to your life? Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen at 3703 19th heats up the top of the list with zero violations.

Welcome Linda's Café at 6201 W. 19th to the top of the list. They've cooked up the perfect recipe for perfection and Filipino cuisine.

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