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Restaurant Report Card

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It's Tuesday, time to check out the latest health inspection reports around the area to help you know which restaurants have been written for violations.

A violation could be anything big or small, but they are written up to keep customers safe.

The first restaurant we look at is the Drunken Noodle who in the last two inspections has had two critical and 7 non-critical violations.  

The Drunken Noodle manager was too busy to talk with us Tuesday about the problem.

In last week's inspection there was lettuce in the cooler with no date on it, that could leave error for the use of expired food. Also potentially hazardous food wasn't being stored at the right temperatures.

Going to South Fargo, the 9 Iron Bar & grill has also had in the past two inspections two critical and 6 non-critical violations.

The inspectors report says leftover food was not properly dated, a box of foam plates was being stored on the ground, and the floors weren't clean in multiple spots.

Also the sanitizer in the dishwasher wasn't working properly.

The on duty manager said the General Manager would be available to talk with another day.

But one restaurant this week stands out above the others. Luna Coffee has had no violations in it's last handful of inspections.

Manager Joe Omodt says they keep a list of items for employees to clean each day at the beginning and end of their shifts.

"We don't know when they're coming so we always keep it ready for them whenever they might show, and it's not too big of a deal, we just keep everything clean and ready for the customers." Joe says with a smile.

Luna Coffee has been open for 20 years, but this Tuesday wins the clean plate award for their continuing job well done at keeping the restaurant clean to keep costumers safe.

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