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Health department releases inspection scores for September

Sergio's Pizza

Sergio’s Pizza received a score of 100 including Countryside Manor and Dunphy’s Ice Cream in September.

The Bristol-Burlington Health Department regularly inspect businesses serving food to ensure restaurants and other food retail outlets are following safe food handling procedures.

Connecticut regulates how often these inspections take place, and what specific items the inspectors look for, but, in general, health inspectors check that safeguards are in place to protect food from contamination by food handlers, cross-contamination, and contamination from other sources in the restaurant.

The monthly inspection reports are released to the public online at The Bristol-Burlington Health Department website or can be viewed in person.

Inspection results performed by The Bristol-Burlington Health Department in September are as follows:

Quick Note: Some restaurants will appear twice because they required a re-inspection within the month based on a poor first inspection.

9/1 Golden Pagoda  74

9/2 Sergio’s Pizza 100

9/6 Moe’s Southwest Grill 97

9/6 Subway, No. Main St 78

9/6 Subway, 123 Farmington 89

9/7 Subway- Burlington 97

9/7 China Garden 93

9/7 Sorrento’s Pizza 94

9/7 Wing’s Over Bristol 91

9/7 Corner Pizza 70

9/8 Walmart Market 94

9/8 Rodd’s Restaurant 92

9/8 Latin Cravings 96

9/8 New England Bowl 91

9/8 M&M Mini Market 68

9/8 M&M Market & Deli 93

9/8 Bleachers 92

9/9 Subway-Walmart 93

9/9 Taco Bell 98

9/9 China Chef 93

9/9 Boston Market 60

9/9 Legend’s Sports Bar 72

9/12 Sheridan Woods 97

9/12 Ruby Tuesday 93

9/13 Frank’s Restaurant 82

9/13 Ninety-Nine Restaurant 92

9/13 Chop Sticks 73

9/13 Crystal Diner/Lunchonette 87

9/13 El Sazon De Mama 81

9/13 Dunphy’s Ice Cream 100

9/14 Applewood’s 94

9/14 Frankie’s 89

9/14 Countryside Manor 88

9/14 Mama Teresa’s 92

9/14 Generis Caterers 98

9/15 Sonic 85

9/15 Savory Concepts 92

9/15 Greers 90

9/16 Double Tree by Hilton (Willows) 83

9/19 New Nice Chinese 57

9/21 Subway 1197 Farmington Ave. 92

9/21 Golden Pagoda 95

9/21 Ken’s Grill 84

9/21 Subway North Main St 75

9/22 Friendly’s 88

9/22 Wing’s Over Bristol 96

9/26 China Kitchen 96

9/27 Shop Rite 95

9/27 Frank’s Restaurant 99

9/27 El Sazon De Mama 98

9/27 KFC 95

9/28 Countryside Manor 100

9/28 M&M Market & Deli 90

9/28 SunFat 70

9/29 Stop & Shop Pine St. 84

9/29 M&M Mini Market, Farmington 99

9/29 Corner Pizza 86

9/29 Sonic 90

9/29 Chili’s Bar and Grill 92

9/30 Double Tree by Hilton (Willows) 91

9/30 Legends 83

9/30 Boston Market 94

You can view the official report which includes citation descriptions HERE.

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