CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Business Journal is continuing its monthly series that provides a review of health-code inspections for Mecklenburg County restaurants.
Restaurants featured in this section scored either a “B” or “C” when inspected in the month of January, according to data pulled Feb. 6 from the N.C. Public Health Inspections’ online database.
A total of 433 restaurants, eight of which scored below an “A,” were inspected last month in Mecklenburg County. For restaurants that received a “B” or “C” grade last month but have since been re-inspected, that updated score will be noted in the summary.
The list this week includes eateries in uptown, South End and NoDa. Check it out here.
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