Health inspection scores May 10, 2013

May. 13, 2013 @ 06:22 AM

The Department of Health is responsible for regulation of food service establishments in Tennessee.

The law requires that restaurants have an unannounced inspection at least once every six months to determine if they are in compliance with applicable rules and regulations at the time of inspection. In addition to routine inspections, unannounced inspections are also conducted in response to complaints. Tennessee uses a 44-item inspection sheet with a maximum of 100 points. Thirteen items are considered critical. Critical items, found out of compliance, must be corrected within 10 days. Latest inspections:

GATLINBURG

n Shamrock Lounge .... 96

PIGEON FORGE

n Baymont Inn .... 96

n IHOP .... 94 (followup to April 23 inspection score of 89, 1 critical)

n Kentucky Fried Chicken, 3984 Parkway .... 92 (followup to April 25 inspection score of 88, 1 critical)

n Mama’s Farmhouse .... 87 (2 critical)

n Mel’s Diner .... 97

SEVIERVILLE

n Burger King, Dolly Parton Parkway .... 95 (1 critical)

n Cornerstone Pizza .... 100 (followup to April 9 inspection score of 95, 1 critical)

n Cruiser’s Drive-In, New Center Road .... 90 (2 critical)

n Geppettos, Wears Valley Road .... 95 (followup to April 19 inspection score of 90, 1 critical)

n Grandmother’s Kitchen .... 96 (followup to April 26 inspection score of 92, 1 critical)

n Grillbillies movile unit .... 100

n IHOP .... 94 (re-inspection from April 18 score of 80, 3 critical)

n Popeye’s .... 81 (3 critical)

n Rocky Top Country Store .... 92 (followup to April 19 inspection score of 88, 1 critical)

n The Diner .... 78 (3 critical)

n Wilderness at Smokies Grizzleys Grill .... 98

SEYMOUR

n Papa John’s Pizza .... 98 (followup to April 23 inspection score of 93, 1 critical)

n Sonic .... 96 (followup to April 26 inspeciton score of 92, 1 critical)