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Apparently the inspectors didn't visit the Wienery because they would have shut it down on the spot.
Which is why I eat at home most of the time.
I usually do not agree on the side of Gov't intrusion, But this is one area I do agree with. Thank you for checking on the establishments and keeping them in line with the well documented procedures for running a safe eatery for the general public.
After the Wienery was on Diners/Drive-ins/Dives we took the kids...OMG,filthy dust/grease mess.
the wienery is awesome. love the food and the environment. philly steak ummm yum, getting hungry just thinking about it.
Who needs government...sure this prevents illness and death, but it burdens business...and we can't do anything to brden business
Fire and Ice is closed. Due to Tornado damage. Don't think they are too worried about any violations at this point.
seems like most of these are small family run businesses. I'll take the chains where the manager has to answer to someone higher than him.
I'll take the small family places that answer to the community (and the same health inspectors as the chains) instead of the chains that answer to a distant board of directors. I vote with my feet.
They restaurnts should be ashamed of themselves! This is not a third world country! They have access to hot water, soap, and electricity to keep food cold until needed. They shouldn't be in the restaurant business if they don't attend to how it should be runned. Why would you put someone not knowledgable to run your business? We are too easy on them. There are so many bad bad germs out there, and having these not up to code can make someone very very sick.
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