BOCADO Among List of August’s Failed Health Inspections

By on September 4, 2012
Bocado

Other Fulton county restaurants that failed include Durango Steakhouse & Canton Chopsticks.

What’s considered failing?

Restaurants that score anything below a 70 (out of 100) on it’s health inspection is failing, according to April Majors, public information officer for the Fulton County Environmental Health Services Department.

With out further ado, here’s a list of Fulton County restaurants that failed their health inspection in July– Bon appétit!

Bocado

Durango Steakhouse

Canton Chopsticks

Mandarin House

J Buffalo Wings

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Editor's note: The health inspection reports listed might not reflect the most recent scores for these restaurants. Wondering why we don’t publish re-inspections and passing scores? Click here.]

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About Caleb J. Spivak

CJS is the Founder of What Now Atlanta. He was recently featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch in 2012," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA was named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing and Atlanta Magazine.

3 Comments

  1. BL

    September 6, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    To whom it may concern,

    The staff, management and ownership at Bocado take seriously any hiccups that may occur and strive for excellence daily. At the forefront of that excellence is our knowledge and execution of our safe food handling practices at all times. All the management at Bocado have been Servesafe certified and we currently have an A rating given to us by the Atlanta Department of Health.

    Please let us know if you have any questions.

    All the best,

  2. The Mad Russian

    September 8, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    @BL: Apparently all of those certifications and knowledge of excellence in food safety was for naught. However, the patrons of Atlanta appreciate your formula-driven letter of response to this restaurant’s lackluster dedication to food safety. It probably would have been better to state, “We screwed up and will fix this problem immediately to ensure this never happens again. We are embarrassed by the lackluster dedication our employees possess towards food safety and we deeply regret that it took a health inspection to discover our faults. Be assured that the leadership will be held accountable. We truly hope you will give us another opportunity to serve you in the future.”

    Maybe I’m being a little harsh but I personally can’t stand formula letters that do everything possible to shift responsibility through the use of corporate language. Remember, there are no bad teams, just bad leaders.

  3. A Real Person

    September 12, 2012 at 11:48 am

    @BL, I couldn’t agree more with The Mad Russian. Reading formula responses angers me. Your PR department needs a lesson in being human.

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