The Georgian Terrace's Main Kitchen Fails Jan. 9th Health Inspection

Open and unpackaged food, plus mold give a historic Atlanta hotel a failing grade.

Surprisingly, Midtown Patch just learned about a failing food inspection report the Georgian Terrace received this past Friday, January 9th, 2014.  According to the report performed by the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness the main hotel kitchen in the historic Midtown Hotel across from The Fox Theater received a 65 and a grade of Unsatisfactory.

Readers can see the actual report by clicking here.

Violations include, but not limited to:

- Worker seen handling ready to eat (plating fruits and handling greens)with bare hands when glove or utensil use is required.

- Failure to discard expired coca-cola products- 6 syrups

-  Heavy mold build- up inside ice machine

- Failure to store personal items such as keys, cell phone, away from food and food service items. 

- Unpackaged food (corn starch) not protected from environmental sources of contamination during storage. 

Inspector Ashwini Kulkarni scheduled a follow-up visit of the hotel's 'main kitchen' for January 19th, 2014.  At that time, the hotel can possibly rebound with a passing score.

Note: The Livingston Restaurant, located on the groundfloor of the hotel, has its own separate kitchen. They scored a 94 on their latest inspection report taken on the same date, by the same inspector.


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