Sarasota-Manatee best and worst restaurant inspections, March 29-April 3

Our digital database of restaurant inspections is updated daily with the latest information on which local restaurants passed, failed or barely squeaked by. 

You can use the database to search by county or by restaurant name. You can see which restaurants were fined for their missteps and which were forced into temporary closure. 

Each week we share the area restaurants that aced their inspections, while also rounding up those with the most violations.

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All the Coolest Home and Design Releases We Found in March 2021

This month’s releases in the home and design space were timely like Teeling Whiskey’s collaboration with La Colombe on an Irish coffee kit to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and a tahdig trio from Our Place in honor of the Persian New Year. Outer released a new collection of outdoor furniture, and now’s the time to order it for those perfect spring and summer outdoor hangouts. From the kitchen to the living room, these are some of the best home and design products we either found or were released last month here.

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Best and worst restaurant inspection reports for the week ending March 30, 2021

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department inspects restaurants twice a year and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Scores below 70 require corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards.

To file a health-related complaint, call the Department of Environmental Health at 423-209-8110. The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments.

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80 Jonathan’s Grille 631 Camp Jordan Pkwy.

Reasons including raw steak product stored on top of raw fish and shrimp in walk in cooler. Sanitizer at dish machine 0 ppm chlorine. Cleaning products stored with clean

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Best Things to Do in Miami: Food and Drink Events This Weekend March 26-28, 2021

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This weekend, indulge in a 17-course omakase brunch experience at Sushi by Bou or bite into a plant-based burger at the Lucky You pop-up at Icebox Cafe. Plus, Passover seder dinners to-go at Kush Hialeah and Michelle Bernstein Catering, and Makoto Bal Harbour’s ten-year anniversary menu.

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Icebox Cafe’s dining room.

Photo by Juan Fernando

Plant-Based Burgers at Icebox Cafe

Icebox Cafe and Lucky You Burger have teamed up to serve up plant-based burgers, fries, and sandwiches through Sunday.

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Best and worst restaurant inspection reports for week ending March 23, 2021

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department inspects restaurants twice a year and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Scores below 70 require corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards.

To file a health-related complaint, call the Department of Environmental Health at 423-209-8110. The scores are original and do not reflect on-the-spot changes, which sometimes lead to upward adjustments.

69 Mayo’s

3820 Brainerd Road

Reasons including owners continue to cook chicken wings at home, not approved kitchen so wings and home canned jars of food in fridge are from an unapproved source. Staff does not demonstrate

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Sarasota-Manatee best and worst restaurant inspections, March 15-20

Our digital database of restaurant inspections is updated daily with the latest information on which local restaurants passed, failed or barely squeaked by. 

You can use the database to search by county or by restaurant name. You can see which restaurants were fined for their missteps and which were forced into temporary closure. 

Each week we share the area restaurants that aced their inspections, while also rounding up those with the most violations.

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Disclaimer: The Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation describes an inspection report

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