healthdeptinspections300 aOWENSBORO, Ky. (2/14/14) – The Green River District Health Department reported the following restaurant inspections for Jan. 29 through Feb. 12 in Daviess County:

  • Dollar General 7356, located at 3144 Villa Point Dr., received a score of 98.

  • Ritzy’s, located at 4527 Ky. Hwy. 54, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Dunkin’ Donuts, located at 3011 Frederica St., received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Bee Bops, located at 122 A West Second St., received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • American Legion, located at 118 West First St., received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Kentucky Fried Chicken, located at 4911 Frederica St., received a score of 97 and an A rating.

  • Zaxby’s, located at 5030 Frederica St., received a score of 98 and an A rating.

  • Taco Bell, located at 2500 West Parrish Ave., received a score of 97 and an A rating.

  • BJ Castle Burger, located at 1212 East 18th St., received a score of 91 and an A rating.

  • Sutton School Cafeteria, located at 2060 Lewis Lane, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Subway, located at 3739 Ky. Hwy. 60 West, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Maggie’s Cakes and More LLC, located at 3115 Commonwealth Ct., received a score of 98 and an A rating.

  • Fuel Express/Tobacco Barn, located at 1428 West Second St., received a score of 96.

  • Long John Silvers 84, located at 3005 Ky. Hwy. 60 East, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Ramada Continental Breakfast, located at 3136 W. Second St., received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Gambrinus Libation Emporium, located at 116 A W. Second St., received a score of 100 and an A rating.

  • Rural King, located at 801 Commerce Dr., received a score of 100.

Dennis Beard
SurfKY News

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