Two-time top performer, The Office Grill and Sports Bar sinks a hole-in-one at their new location at 5004 Frankford.
And like in most sports, manager Justin Robertson says this win takes a team-effort, "We've got a good staff. We stay on top of everything and make sure everybody does their stuff. We do inspections on each other. Sometimes we're here until 4am or 5am making sure stuff gets done. All the way down to the bathroom. If the bathroom is dirty no one wants to come in. It's all about cleanliness."
But great food doesn't hurt, "The pork and peppers. They're hand-stuffed jalapeno poppers, bacon-wrapped, with seasoned cream cheese. They're awesome."
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Food for Thought 5.15
Now to this week's two low performers.
Cancun Mexican Restaurant at 5605 Slide Road had 8 critical violations. They invited us inside their kitchen to show everyone that their violations have been cleaned-up.
According to the report, those violations were corrected while the inspector was there.
According to the report, the restaurant was to have one by their next inspection.
Owner, Denise Fernandez says after the inspection they went over all expectations with the employees, "We're making sure our temperatures are correct, that everything is cleaned up and everything is in it's place. We try to give our best service, the best food also cook it right, every time. We try to keep our place very clean, a clean kitchen and then good service."
Multiple repeat low performer Grand Buffet at 906 50th finds itself again on the low performing list. This time inspectors cited them for 12 critical.
We left messages for management, but no one returned our calls.
According to the report, most violations were corrected at the time of the inspection.