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Good info thanks for the heads-up...Will scratch these off the list.
"Sink's spray arm hanging below spill rim." A state wide boycott should be launched over that one.
Every single place youve ever eaten at is/has been guilty of at least one of these violations at some point. So chew on that.
What no "rancid meat on the meat slicer"? Anybody stirring the soup with their arm?
Do the Health Departments publish these violations on line? If not, why not? Talk about a strong incentive for restaurant owners, chefs, cooks, and employees to clean up their act if all I as a informed consumer would need to do is surf over to a website to read up on their professionalism.
Just found another reason to eat more meals at home. With the increase in "top chef" websites, it has just gotten easy, cheaper and healthier to do so. These places (listed and unlisted) better get their acts together because in a down market, they will quickly go out of business.
fast food is usually cleanest
Well, there go about half of my downtown St. Paul lunch spots.
Wow, just another reason to save my money and eat at home...Im glad someone has let us know about this! If they have these violations that arent fixed over and over, why are they still open?
Are you serious? What irresponsible reporting!! Did anyone even read the corrections: http://www.startribune.com/help/123283878.html
NO, because nobody reads those. Yet you've just bashed several local businesses' reputation with not one but SEVERAL of your own errors. "Hard Data?!" Anything but! I have no faith in the trib's reporting after this. Thanks for making a tough economy even tougher on some of our local gems. Disgraceful.
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