Breakfast restaurants earn good grades from health inspectors

Saturday, July 11, 2009 11:18 AM
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Going out for breakfast this weekend? Here are recent health inspection scores for some local restaurants that are popular for breakfast. None scored lower than a B. On Sunday, augustachronicle.com will post a searchable database of scores for more than 1,200 restaurants in Richmond, Columbia, Aiken and Edgefield counties.

This IHOP on Washington Road across from Augusta National received a 94 on its health inspection in March.  STAFF
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This IHOP on Washington Road across from Augusta National received a 94 on its health inspection in March.

IHOP, Peach Orchard Road - 99

IHOP, Washington Road, Augusta - 94

IHOP, Washinton Road, Evans - 87

Denny's, Washington Road - 98

Einstein Bagels, Washington Road -98

Cracker Barrel, North Belair Road, Evans - 98

Cracker Barrel, Grovetown - 88

Shoney's of Aiken- 98

Sunrise Grill, Martintown Road, North Augusta - 96

Sunrise Grill, Washington Road - 96

Al's Family Restaurant, North Augusta - 100

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dani
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dani 07/11/09 - 10:33 am
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A worker with the health

A worker with the health department said that roach infestation only rates as 2 points. Therefore, a restaurant could have roaches and score a 98. Be careful where you eat.

inkpup
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inkpup 07/11/09 - 10:46 am
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You've never been to a

You've never been to a restaurant that didn't have bugs somewhere. Visible or not.

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O_O 07/11/09 - 03:06 pm
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If you live in the South and

If you live in the South and there's food in the building, you have bugs of some kind somewhere. Big deal.

sliique
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sliique 07/11/09 - 05:16 pm
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Al's Family Restaurant in

Al's Family Restaurant in North Augusta caters to whites only, and it is very obvious to ANY white, or minority, that goes there. Bill's on Peach Orchard Road in Augusta is farrrrrr, farrrrr superior to Al's, anyway!

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curly123053 07/11/09 - 05:38 pm
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I have seen whites, blacks,

I have seen whites, blacks, hispanic, orientals in Al's before. I don't think they cater to anything other than serving a good meal.

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jaschild 07/11/09 - 06:21 pm
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haha... curious about evans

haha... curious about evans diner and ruth's family restaurant. ruth's especially - but you know what, i still enjoy eating there. it's true, your place can be so clean yet a roach will find its way in whether to hibernate or eat.

Pu239
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Pu239 07/11/09 - 08:40 pm
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Sliique you present yourself
Unpublished

Sliique you present yourself as a regular Gale Greene. I'm sure that given your oratory skills and your Mensa membership not to mention your UNION standing, it is amazing that you grace us bumpkins with your precise grammatical delivery and superb sentence structure. I think I just threw up a little in my mouth......

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Mudfish 07/11/09 - 10:41 pm
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You can go into Al's and find

You can go into Al's and find representation of most any race of people there. You also see suits and wing tip shoes and overalls and steel toed boots.
As for Ruth's, the last time I looked at the health inspector report, it showed a 100 on it.
I have seen a roach or two at Calvert's before. Any place that receives shipments of food can have those critters.

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Huggybear30909 07/11/09 - 11:08 pm
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evans diner closed

evans diner closed

Huggybear30909
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Huggybear30909 07/11/09 - 11:10 pm
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Sliique do you have color

Sliique do you have color vision, or are you just a instigating idiot. Get your facts straight before you open you lying lowlife mouth again.

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