Would you eat at a restaurant that failed its health inspection?

Last week, a food sanitarian temporarily closed the Glen Grille, a restaurant at Regents’ Glen Country Club in Spring Garden Township.

The state cleared the restaurant to open the next day after an exterminator treated the eatery.

Like any other news story, the Daily Record/Sunday News posted the news about the Glen Grill to both Facebook and Twitter.

Some of the comments on Facebook were less than the favorable toward the restaurant, to say the least.

At least one person stated that the news was one more reason to eat at home rather than heading to a restaurant.

I’m all for eating a home-cooked meal, but I’m not sure it’s fair to base the cleanliness of a restaurant on one poor health inspection.

I’ve covered health inspection results for more than a decade, and I know it’s safe to say that most residents have visited a restaurant that has flunked its state review at least once.

Check out the state’s health inspection database and judge for yourself.

Should you find your favorite place on the list, read the latest report and check out the violations.

Let me know what you think.

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One Response to Would you eat at a restaurant that failed its health inspection?

  1. Billn says:

    I can overlook some violations but if it has to do witah roaches, rodents or any other muli legged things forget it.

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