Seven restaurants on Eater Louisville's most recent lists of the city's 18 essential restaurants, hottest restaurants of the moment, hottest places to drink and hottest brunch spots received health inspection grades of C in the past year, according to Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness's website. Restaurant health inspection scores will become more prominent later this summer when they are shared on the consumer review site Yelp.
In six instances the restaurant received an A on its subsequent inspection, typically about a week later. In the other occasion, the C rating was assigned on June 13, 2013 and a new score is yet to be posted. View the scores at the end of this post.
As for the three New Albany restaurants included on those Eater maps, the Floyd County Health Department uses a different grading system, instead listing how many critical and non-critical violations an establishment was given. No score is assigned. Records only go back to November 2012 though. There was no information on one of the New Albany restaurants on the Eater maps; the other two only received non-critical violations. As such, they are not included herein. (To decipher the codes listed with the violations, see Indiana's Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements.)
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