Nuevo Laredo Cantina, Pasta Da Pulcinella and more restaurants that failed health inspections in December

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Other failed inspections in Fulton county include Belly General Store, Goodfellas Pizza & Wings and Spiga.

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Failing scores change from one health inspector to the next but the industry standard is that anything below a 70 (out of 100) is failing, according to April Majors, public information officer for the Fulton County Environmental Health Services Department.

With out further ado, here’s a list of Fulton County restaurants that failed their health inspection in December– Bon appétit!

Nuevo Laredo Cantina

Failed inspection: December 1, 2011 Score: 52, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(1495 Chattahoochee Avenue NW Atlanta, GA 30318)

Pasta Da Pulcinella

Failed inspection: December 21, 2011 Score: 61, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(1123 Peachtree Walk Atlanta, GA 30309)

Belly General Store

Failed inspection: December 22, 2011 Score: 68, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(772 North Highland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306)

Goodfellas Pizza & Wings

Failed inspection: December 27, 2011 Score: 69, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(615 Spring Street Atlanta, GA 30308)

Spiga

Failed inspection: December 8, 2011 Score: 62, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(1231 Collier Road Suite P Atlanta, GA 30318)

Don Chon Mexican Restaurant

Failed inspection: December 30, 2011 Score: 54, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(616 South Central Avenue Hapeville, GA 30354)

Burger Bar

Failed inspection: December 29, 2011 Score: 47, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(186 Auburn Avenue Suite A Atlanta, GA 30303)

J.J.’s Rib Shack

Failed inspection: December 1, 2011 Score: 45, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(2979 Campbellton Road Atlanta, GA 30331)

Cafe 100

Failed inspection: December 12, 2011 Score: 69, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(3340 Peachtree Road NE Suite 1009 Atlanta, GA 30326)

Mother Land Cafe

Failed inspection: November 13, 2011 Score: 65, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(2925 Headland Drive Atlanta, GA 30344)

Little House Cafe

Failed inspection: December 1, 2011 Score: 57, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(2225 Marietta Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30318)

Waffle House #515

Failed inspection: December 29, 2011 Score: 53, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(3845 Browns Mill Road SE Atlanta, GA 30354)

China King

Failed inspection: December 1, 2011 Score: 69, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(3030 Headland Drive Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30311)

North Bistro Deli

Failed inspection: December 12, 2011 Score: 65, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(3575 Piedmont Road Suite 150 Atlanta, GA 30305)

Cocina Sofia Inc.

Failed inspection: December 15, 2011 Score: 37, Grade: U (Full report and violations)

(10390 Alpharetta Street Suite 120 Roswell, GA 30076)

[Editor’s note: The health inspection reports listed might not reflect the most recent scores for these restaurants. Wondering why we don’t publish re-inspections and passing scores? Click here.]

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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8 years ago

I’m going to keep posting this until Fulton County Resto Owners get the message. Here is the link that explains the process that Fulton County resto operators should use if they wish to contest their scores BEFORE they have a chance to be published like this. The Georgia Restaurant Association (GRA) offers regular meetings on the Food Code with a Fulton County Food Code expert that can help you avoid these problems to begin with. The workshop is FREE to any Resto Operator. You don’t have to be a GRA Member to attend. Here is the link to their page… Read more »

Josh
8 years ago

The response above comes from some one who doesn’t get what happens to a restaurant that contests an inspection. If a restaurant appeals an inspection they get re-inspected . . . by the same inspector, only pissed off this time, The inspector will stay and pick apart the restaurant until they find enough violations to fail the restaurant that dared to appeal. It is a lose lose situation. It is impossible to actually be in total compliance all the time, you show me any restaurant in town and give me an hour and I’ll find enough violations to fail them.… Read more »

federico
8 years ago

I have to agree. While occasionally providing useful information, this blog grasps at a schedule of regular updates by posting this kind of drivel. What would be truly informative in all of this is to point out which ones have been failed for being truly dirty and which ones had enough points for stupid citations that they fell below the mark. That would allow the general restaurant-going public to understand the context of some of these inspections, that they are basically a rigged game, and approach going to a restaurant that failed an inspection with a broad mind and knowledge… Read more »

Eddie
8 years ago

I agree with Josh, some of the items that fail are for idiotic non-food violations. Why not grade according to “real” food and sanitary violations only. No wonder Atlanta and environs lose so many businesses.

Fredrico
8 years ago

The violation about the lady having the baby in the back of the Nuevo Laredo was pretty bad, in my opinion. Gives a whole new meaning to a rich mole.

8 years ago

@ Josh I Totally GET what happens to restos that ask for re-inspections, that’s why I posted the information that I did. What YOU don’t get is the way that the Fulton County Health Department (FCHD) Inspectors office functions. I re-assert that ANY resto that feels like they have been unfairly graded, request a re-inspection. These re-inspection requests go up the ladder of authority at the FCHD and help to re-educate the inspectors that are having problems inspecting restaurants according to the State Code 290-5-14. The new Health Code was adopted by the State and helped along the way by… Read more »

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