We've added 106 new records to our restaurant health inspections database, including 68 results from unannounced inspections.
S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control workers carry out these inspections in restaurants, cafeterias, concessions stands and other places where food is served to the public. The latest records cover a period from May 21 through June 4 in Kershaw, Lexington and Richland counties.
Three facilities earned perfect scores of 100 on their inspections. A dozen places earned scores lower than 88, which corresponds to a "B" posting. However, restaurants can improve their posted grade with follow-up inspections.
No locations in the latest data scored lower than 88 on their follow-up inspections.
To browse these and more inspection records over the last 365 days, go to our Restaurant Inspection Database by clicking here