Health ratings, July 27-Aug. 2, 2013

Published 8:42pm Friday, August 9, 2013

Food stands

Piggly Wiggly #49 Produce, 626 River Road, Washington, Aug. 1, 98, A

Trade Wilco #1865, 550 U.S. Highway 264 Bypass, Belhaven, Aug. 2, 97.5, A

 

Institutional food service

Ridgewood Manor, 1604 Highland Drive, Washington, July 31,94.5, A

 

Meat market

Piggly Wiggly #49 Meat Market, 626 River Road, Washington, Aug. 1, 95, A

 

Resident camp

Roanoke Christian Service Camp, 389 Christian Service Camp Road, Washington, July 30, 98, A

 

Residential Care

Dixon Group Home, 1383 Dixon Road, Chocowinity, Aug. 1, 7 demerits

 

Restaurant

Burger King #3541, 1429 Carolina Avenue, Washington, July 29, 96.5, A

East Coast Wings and Grill, 602 West 15th Street, Washington, July 30, 95.5, A

El Tapatio, 1302 Carolina Avenue, Washington, July 30, 95, A

Fox’s Den Pizza, 110 Town Center, Chocowinity, July 30, 96, A

Highway 55 of Belhaven, 888 U.S. 264 East Bypass, Belhaven, July 29, 87, B

Highway 55 of Washington, 821 Washington Square Mall, Washington, July 31, 92.5, A

Highway 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries, 3620 Highway 17 South, 120 Towne Center, Chocowinity, July 30, 90, A

Marantha, 422 Bridge Street, Washington, Aug. 1, 91, A

O’Neal’s Snack Bar, 278 East Main Street, Belhaven, Aug. 1, 93, A

On the Waterfront, 1 Harding Square, Washington, July 31, 94, A

Papa John’s Pizza, 831 Washington Square Mall, July 30, 93, A

Sheetz #506, 1695 West Fifth Street, Washington, July 31, 99.5, A

Smith’s Food Pride Deli, 2533 Taylor Road, Chocowinity, July 29, 90, A

Vidant Pungo Hospital Café, 202 East Water Street, Belhaven, Aug. 2, 96, A

 

Seasonal swimming pool

Baymont Inn and Suites, 3635 Highway 17 South, Chocowinity, July 29, 38 demerits

Camp Boddie Boy Scout Camp, 419 Camp Bonner Boy Scout Road, Blounts Creek, July 31, 12 demerits

Roanoke Christian Service Camp, 389 Christian Service Camp Road, Washington, July 30, 4 demerits

Washington Harbor, 131 Washington Harbor, Washington, July 29, 18 demerits

 

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