Health Department Releases February Inspection Scores

Stop&Shop Farmington Ave. Bristol

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 February 2018 are as follows:

Establishments with two inspection dates/scores indicate the establishment required a re-inspection per health department guidelines.

2/1 Village Green Rehab 100

2/1 457 Mason Jar 1 97

2/1 Stop&Shop Farmington Ave. 97

2/1 Monterrey Mexican 1 1 1 1 80

2/2 ESPN Kids Center 99

2/5 BARC 1 1 93

2/5 New York Deli 1 1 1 1 83

2/5 Fuji Japanese 1 1 1 1 85

2/5 Lucky Grocery 1 92

2/6 Dunkin Donuts Pine St. 1 95

2/6 Center Deli Market 98

2/6 Wah Lung 1 1 90

2/6 Max Pizza Bristol 1 94

2/7 Panera Bread 97

2/9 Dunkin Donuts Burlington 1 1 94

2/2 Sun Fat 1 1 1 1 1 80

2/13 Friendly’s 1 91

2/13 Ruby Tuesday 1 93

2/13 New England Bowl (Spare Time) 1 1 92

2/14 Dunkin Donuts Burlington Ave. 1 1 95

2/14 Sabaidee Thai 1 1 89

2/14 Thai Avenue 1 1 1 1 86

2/14 Tom & Sandy’s 98

2/15 Wendy’s 1 97

2/15 Monterrey Mexican 1 1 1 90

2/16 New Century Buffet 1 1 1 84

2/16 Firehouse Subs 1 91

2/20 Bristol Hospital 1 1 93

2/20 One Fifty Central 1 90

2/20 Pizza House 1 1 89

2/21 Shop Rite 98

2/22 Chunky Tomato 1 1 91

2/23 Uncle Sam’s 96

2/23 Golden Pagoda 1 1 1 89

2/26 Dunkin Stop & Shop Pine St. 1 1 93

2/26 Taste of China 1 1 1 86

2/27 American Legion 1 94

2/27 Dynamite Deals 97

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


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