Two Lubbock cafe's have a lot to be proud of this week. First the 82nd Street Cafe at 3416 82nd Street. The restaurant had zero critical violations during their last inspection and they are a top performer. The Doll House Cafe at 1717 Avenue K shares the honor. They also had a perfect inspection.
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Four restaurants weren't so lucky. The Denny's at 607 Avenue Q had four critical violations, landing them on the low performer list.
All critical violations were corrected on site. A manager at Denny's declined to comment. She said it would be against company policy.
Cotton Patch Cafe at 6810 Slide Road also had four critical violations.
All critical violations were corrected on site. A Cotton Patch manager tells NewsChannel 11 they do everything they can to work with the health department. He says, though the health department considers their violations critical, they feel they are just four small steps away from being a top performer.
Our third low performer, Jimenez Bakery and Restaurant at 1217 Avenue G, had four critical violations.
All four critical violations were corrected on site. A manager could not be reached for comment.
Lastly, Josie's at 2332 19th Street had six critical violations. Manager David Hernandez bared it all for NewsChannel 11's cameras. He is proud to show how clean his kitchen is. Hernandez says, "This is a good place to eat. I'd like to invite everyone to come over."
David and the Josie's staff made sure all the following critical violations were corrected on site.