Food for Thought 7/5/12 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Food for Thought 7/5/12

Health inspectors checked out 42 restaurants this week, and out of those we only have good news to serve up.

It's a grand slam for our first stop. Denny's at 4718 Slide cooked up a perfect score.

The golden arches are beaming after this inspection. McDonald's at 5201 4th Street had zero violations.

This repeat top performer knows the secret to a perfect burger and a perfect score. Samburger's at 4447 34th once again serves up perfection.

If you're wanting to eat fresh - this is your stop. Subway at 1129 SE Loop 289 wrapped up the perfect inspection.

And finally, their goal is to keep you healthy, and their inspection shows it.... Cafe Grace inside the Grace Clinic at 4515 Marsha Sharp Freeway had no violations.

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