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Midtown Restaurant Health Inspection Scores

Patch rounds up some recent health inspection scores for restaurants in and around Midtown.

Here are some recent health inspection scores performed by the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness for restaurants in and around our Midtown community. Readers can click on the score to see the actual report:

Big Easy Grille
1193 Collier Road
12/19/12
Score: 81

Domino's Pizza
1959 Howell Mill Road
12/14/12
Score: 97

Fins
84 12th Street
12/14/12
Score: 97

Firehouse Subs
537 10th Street
12/19/12
Score: 92

Gilbert’s Café & Bar
219 10th Street
12/7/12
Score: 82

Steve Smith January 04, 2013 at 03:25 PM
Who cares?
Atl30309 January 05, 2013 at 02:39 PM
Seth, why do you have it in for Gilberts such that you would publicly publish such false information. Gilberts has a contractual arrangement to use the parking lot of Blue Med Spa for parking. When the area next to the restaurant is full, the valet parkers take customer cars over to Blue Med Spa. This meets all city ordinance requirements. Next time do your research before putting your keyboard in your mouth.
Patrick January 05, 2013 at 03:05 PM
I just think it is strange that you are saying these things about Gilbert's (which has a long history of running a consistently high quality, successful, inclusive business) right after saying THIS in another post: "Seth 9:05 am on Saturday, January 5, 2013 I have lived in NY, San Francisco, DC All of these cities seem to mingle and mix without titles I could care less of titles or phrases nor do I care about anything other than good food, clean and good service, prices comparable to quality. In a city that claims to be inclusive, lets drop the bickering and embrace all small businesses . Our neighborhoods need them and so does our economy. I for one love the buying power of all groups and I love the fact that Midtown is growing and I long for the day that Peachtree actually has a great presence of retail and businesses to rival other major cities and the way to do that is to be open and welcoming to all and don't get hung up on labels. I applaud the marketing of this new business because it shows they understand the demographics and want to develops good local presence. Best of luck and I cannot wait to try it out. In a city with such roots around civil rights, lets be fair to all and don't be critical of the smart marketing of others! Who cares, gay, straight, Christian or not. Lets promote our local businesses and enjoy our great diversity!" I definitely think you should follow your own advice.

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