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Bristol-Burlington Health Department Releases October Restaurant Inspection Scores

Cumberland Farms Rt. 72 Bristol CT.

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 October 2017 are as follows:

10/2 Ruby Tuesday 94

10/2 Thai Avenue  86

10/3 Bristol Senior Coffee Shop  90

10/3 Pequabuck Golf  82

10/3 Double Tree 97

10/6 Sonic of Bristol  90

10/6 New England Bowl/Spare Time  91

10/10 Sabaidee Thai  89

10/10 Gino’s Pizza  85

10/11 Friendly’s 90

10/11 Pizza House  66

10/12 7-Eleven  92

10/12 Vivaldi’s II  77

10/17 Cumberland Farms Pine St. 99

10/17 Uncle Sam’s  94

10/17 Thai Avenue 94

10/20 Dunkin Donuts Hospital  95

10/20 Lynn’s Food Truck  91

10/20 Pizza House  86

10/20 Greenhouse Café  82

10/23 Riverside Restaurant  89

10/23 People’s Choice Pizza 93

10/23 Golden Pagoda  89

10/24 Price Chopper  79

10/25 Golden Pagoda  94

10/26 Taste of China  84

10/26 Vivaldi’s II  85

10/30 Holly View Manor  97

10/30 San Gennaro  81

10/31 Chili’s Bar and Grill  94

10/31 Moe’s Southwest Grill  95

10/31 Greenhouse Café  83

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

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