healthdeptinspections steak1 300OWENSBORO, Ky. (10/21/13) - The Green River District Board of Health released the following Daviess County restaurant and food establishment ratings, inspected Oct. 10 through Oct. 17:

Foust Elementary School, located at 601 Foust Ave, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

Save-A-Lot, located at 1814 Triplett St, received a score of 97.

Famous Ltd Bistro, located 102 W 2nd St, received a score of 99 and an A rating.

Fetta Specialty Pizza and Spirits, located 118 St. Ann St, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

Target Food Ave, located at 5151 Frederica St, received a score of 98 and an A rating for their food section and a score of 100 for their retail section.

Wasabi Express, located at 636 Southtown Blvd, received a score of 93 and an A rating.

Apollo Concession, located at 2280 Tamarack Rd, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

Penn Station, located at 3525 Frederica St, received a score of 94 and an A rating.

Comfort Suites, located at 230 Salem Dr, received a score of 98 and an A rating.

Holiday Inn Express, located at 3220 W Parrish Ave, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

Diane’s Bakery Delights, located at 2710 Hwy 60 E, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

The Cup Cakery, located at 231 Williamsburg Sq, received a score of 96 and an A rating.

Walgreen’s, located at 3312 KY Hwy 54, received a score of 100.

Oak Tree Café, located at 7525 Hwy 431, received a score of 100 and an A rating.

The Crème Coffee House LLC, located at 109 E 2nd St, received a score of 95 and an A rating.

Saw Asian Market, located at 3211 Frederica St, received a score of 76.

The Green River District Board of Health is conducting a survey to collect feedback from business owners and the public. It will be open until Dec. 2. To complete the survey, vis-it:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FoodInspectionGrade.

Taylor Riley
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