Food for Thought 6/14/12 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Food for Thought 6/14/12

We have eight top performers on the menu this week including an Italian hot spot near Texas Tech that earned its 14th perfect score.

They've been cooking up their famous calzones and pizza for more than 30 years. So, it's no surprise One Guy from Italy at 1101 University knows the recipe for success. They're now a 14 time top performer.

Next we head to Apple Tree Café & Bakery at 3501 50th. From made-to-order breakfast and lunch to home-made pies and turnovers - they're also a repeat top performer.

Anna's Mexican Restaurant at 6923 Indiana Ave. also knows the secret to perfection; they've cooked up another perfect score.

If you're craving some delicious, lip smackin' BBQ - Vega's BBQ at 2323 Ave. K sliced through their inspection with zero critical violations.

If you're in a hurry, these next to stops serve up perfection on the go: Burger King at 5112 Slide and Stripes at 6519 University.

And finally, we finish off with desert and two repeat top performers.

Cold Stone Creamery at 8215 University and A Cup of Yo at 4505 98th dish out perfect scores.

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