Uptown, NoDa eateries among those that didn’t make the grade in January

Uptown, NoDa eateries among those that didn’t make the grade in January
The Charlotte Business Journal continues its monthly review of health code inspections for restaurants in Mecklenburg County. (Charlotte Business Journal)

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.

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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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