Bristol-Burlington Health Department Releases May Inspection Scores

457 Mason Jar 457 N Main St, Bristol, CT 06010

The Bristol-Burlington Health Department monthly inspects 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.

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

Inspection results performed by The Bristol-Burlington Health Department for May 2017 are as follows:

5/1 Boston Market
5/1 Corner Pizza  88
5/2 M & M Mini Mart Stafford  82
5/2 Frankies of Bristol  84
5/2 Riverside Restaurant  78
5/2 Vivaldi’s II  95
5/3 Bleacher’s  80
5/3 Nice New Chinese  84
5/3 Savory Concepts LLC  88
5/3 Legend’s Sports Bar  88
5/4 China Kitchen  67
5/5 Southside Meat Market  93
5/5 Frankies of Bristol  82
5/8 Chopsticks  95
5/8 ESPN 96
5/8 ESPN North Campus 95
5/8 Dollar Store Divinty St 99
5/8 China Chef 94
5/8 Sheriden Woods  89
5/9 Greers  81
5/9 Nuchies  81
5/10 Double Tree  85
5/10 457 Mason Jar 100
5/10 North Main Mini Market  85
5/11 Buster’s Drive-In 84
5/12 Subway- Pine St.  90
5/12 Subway-Walmart  95
5/12 Bristol Polish American Citizens  84
5/15 Burger King Farmington Ave. 97
5/15 Wendy’s 98
5/15 Amano’s Pizza  91
5/15 KFC  95
5/15 Boston Market  90
5/16 Dunkin Donuts Hospital  89
5/16 M & M Deli (Stafford)  94
5/16 Rodd’s Restaurant 94
5/17 Riverside Restaurant  86
5/17 Pequabuck Golf 88
5/18 Pavilion Restaurant  85
5/18 Savory Concepts LLC  88
5/18 Bleacher’s 100
5/18 Crystals Diner  87
5/18 Frank’s Restaurant  90
5/18 Komanetsky Estates  94
5/18 Chili’s Bar and Grill  88
5/19 Friendly’s  79
5/19 El Sazon De Mama  74
5/22 Ziggy’s Schnitzels and Brats  98
5/22 Sams Food Store 99
5/22 San Gennaro  89
5/24 Ingraham Manor  91
5/24 Riverside Restaurant  95
5/24 Latin Cravings  93
5/24 Sheriden Woods 94
5/24 Nuchies  91
5/25 Greers  88
5/25 North Main Mini Market  89
5/25 China Kitchen  79
5/26 Bristol Senior Center  96
5/26 Buster’s Drive-In 97
5/26 Bristol Polish American Citizens  88
5/31 Pines at Bristol  93
5/31 Moe’s 96

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



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