All information from restaurant inspections is provided by the Christian County Health Department. A minimum score of 85 with no critical violations is considered passing. Restaurants have a chance to increase their scores by correcting critical problems while the inspector is on site. Inspectors will conduct a follow-up inspection if the score is below 85, or if there is critical violation.

Dos Bros — 52

1135 W. Seventh St.

Scored 52 out of 100 during a complaint inspection. Critical violations include items in cooler not date marked, cook observed without hair restraint, sanitizer not coming through to dishwasher, hand sink behind bar not operational, excessive amount of live and dead roaches observed throughout facility, bottle of cleaner not labeled, consumer advisory not provided for customers about raw/undercooked foods and no manager/person in charge with knowledge of food safety present.

Hardees of Hopkinsville — 96

3050 Fort Campbell Blvd.

Scored 96 out of 100 during a regular inspection.

Long John Silver’s — 96

2931 Fort Campbell Blvd.

Scored 96 out of 100 during a regular inspection.

Beach Oil No. 26 — 100 (food), 100 (retail)

150-B Hugh Hunter Road

Taco Bell No. 17699 — 95

2629 Fort Campbell Blvd.

Davos Burgers and Fries — 100

3115 Canton St.

EDITOR’S NOTE- The New Era will publish briefs from the restaurant inspection reports provided by the area health departments each Tuesday. To report a restaurant complaint in Christian County, call 270-887-4160.

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