Clean Cuisine

Clean Cuisine

February 25th, 2018 by Emily Crisman in Dining Out - A la Carte

The following restaurants received scores of 90 or better out of 100 on the Hamilton County Health Department inspections conducted the week ending Feb. 16:

92 New China Restaurant

3710 Ringgold Road

East Ridge

93 Penn Station Subs

5241 Highway 153

93 Trailhead Juice

3211 S. Broad St.

94 Panda Express

615 McCallie Ave.

94 Cook Out

5001 Brainerd Road

95 Subway

1309 Taft Highway

Signal Mountain

95 Firehouse Subs

3849 Dayton Blvd.

Red Bank

95 Moe’s Southwest Grill

615 McCallie Ave.

95 El Meson

248 Northgate Park

96 Krystal

5120 Hunter Road

96 Hardee’s

4007 McCahill Road

Red Bank

97 Dos Bros

2100 Hamilton Place Blvd.

97 Domino’s

1150 Hixson Pike

97 Sonic Drive-In

3508 Dayton Blvd.

Red Bank

98 Smoothie King

2100 Hamilton Place Blvd.

98 El Metate I

1238 Taft Highway

Signal Mountain

98 Penn Station Subs

5241 Highway 58

98 Amigo’s Mexican Restaurant

6830 Flamingo Lane

98 Chick-fil-a

1804 Gunbarrel Road

98 Honey Baked Ham

2020 Gunbarrel Road

98 Maple Street Biscuit Company

407 Broad St.

99 Uncle Larry’s

736 M.L. King Blvd.

99 Einstien Bros. Bagels

5237 Hixson Pike

99 Which Wich

615 McCallie Ave.

99 Auntie Ann’s

96 Northgate Mall

99 Salsarita’s

6032 Old Lee Highway

99 Fresh Pot Cafe

5425 Highway 153

99 Taco Bell

6210 Lee Highway

99 Rice Boxx

3600 Hixson Pike

99 Taco Mamacita

109 Market St.

100 Taco Bell

7796 E. Brainerd Road

100 The Main Squeeze

7550 E. Brainerd Road

100 Urban Stack

12 W. 13th St.

100 Dave’s Spiced Right BBQ

12914 Highway 58

100 The Sub Swap

1920 Northpoint Blvd.

100 Little Tokyo Express

4516 Hixson Pike

100 Bento Sushi

615 McCallie Ave.

100 Steak N Shake

615 McCallie Ave.

100 Chick-fil-a

615 McCallie Ave.

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