Which Mecklenburg County restaurants didn’t make the grade in January?

Which Mecklenburg County restaurants didn’t make the grade in January?

CHARLOTTE — The Charlotte Business Journal is continuing its monthly review of health-code inspections for food establishments in Mecklenburg County.

Restaurants, food stands and mobile food operations listed in this section received a grade of either “B” or “C” when inspected in January, according to data pulled Feb. 11 from the N.C. Public Health Inspections’ online database.

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A total of 736 such establishments, 13 of which scored below an “A,” were inspected in Mecklenburg County last month. For those with a “B” or “C” grade in January that have since been reinspected, the updated score will be noted in the summary.

The restaurants scoring below an “A” are scattered around the county, from Huntersville to east Charlotte to Ballantyne.

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