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Every Thursday on WSFA 12 News at 10, the 12 NEWS DEFENDERS brings you the latest restaurant health inspection scores from the Montgomery County Department of Public Health.

Before you pick a place to eat, catch the latest edition of Food For Thought.

If you don't see your favorite restaurant listed here visit the Montgomery County Health Department's website where you will find an extensive archive of scores.

If you don't live in Montgomery County, you can search for your county's scores at the Alabama Public Health Department's website.

High Grades

RESTAURANT ADDRESS SCORE
Fat Man's Smokehouse II Mobile Unit 2528 Congressman W L 100
That's My Dog 231 North Hull Street 99
Smoothies-N-Things 109 South Court Street 99
Earth Fare Cheese 7340 Eastchase Pkwy 99
K & J Rib Shack 4255 South Court Street 99


Low Grades

RESTAURANT ADDRESS CRITICAL VIOLATION SCORE
Baumhower's Restaurant 2465 Eastern Boulevard

Food at improper temperature; leaks at sinks; flies and a roach in the kitchen

83
Cracker Barrel
9191 Boyd Cooper Pkwy.
Food at improper temperature; Floors, vents and hood filters needed to be cleaned; Dumpster left open 89
Lek's Railroad Thai 300B Water Street Suite 115 Employees not maintaining sushi rice log; Roaches in dishwashing area 90
KFC 2528 Eastern Blvd. Food storage containers improperly stored; No soap or paper towels at sinks in kitchen and men's restroom 90
Rock Bottom American Pub
2430 Eastern Boulevard
Lettuce no protected from contamination in cooler; microwave, fryers and over needed to be cleaned; Roaches were found in the dishwashing area
90


Source: Montgomery County Health Department

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