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If you're planning a night out, you're in luck! A new Tuesday brings new restaurant report cards.

Valley News Live looks into who's been passing the health inspections with flying colors, and who needs to work harder.

A violation in a restaurant can be fixed on the spot, but some restaurants have had a number of problems that they continue to be written up for.

Super Buffet's manager talked with us on the phone today and says they take all violations seriously. But another recent inspection found both critical and non-critical violations.

This month alone, the notes in the inspectors report for Super Buffet said they had undated food in the cooler, mop water spills, dust above food prep lines, and a cleaning cloth not being stored in sanitizer solution.

In the last three inspections Super Buffet has had five critical and 12 non-critical violations. The manager says all mistakes have been corrected as an inspector came recently for an un-official inspection.

Drive down 13th Avenue and you'll find Xtreme Pizza. Joy Rosen opened the pizza shop almost 12 years ago.

"It's just a little pizza joint basically in Fargo." Joy laughs.

But it isn't just the homemade dough and sauce that's been impressive, the restaurant hasn't had any violations in past inspections.

"We follow regiment everyday of how we clean things and make sure things are fresh, and if they're not we throw them out, you know we put dates on everything, and we just follow the rules." Joy says.

That's why today Xtreme Pizza received the clean plate award, a goal she says many restaurants should have.

"We're honored that we get to be a part of it." Joy laughs.

Another we looked into was Quizno's Subs, also on 13th Avenue. In the last three inspections they have only had one critical and four non-critical violations. Inspector notes said they had dirty floors through out the restaurant, dirty walls and a spray bottle of sanitizer sitting in the sandwich making area.

Be sure to watch Valley News Live for more Restaurant Report Cards.

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