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Church's Chicken, Rockin' Gator's Require Follow-up Inspections

See how your favorite restaurants fared on St. Louis County Department of Health inspections.

Church's Chicken, Rockin' Gator's Require Follow-up Inspections

Patch examined inspection reports in Mehlville, Oakville and Affton in July and August. Information has been compiled using publicly available data published to the website of the  St. Louis County Health Department

Restaurants are rated on a scale of A to C, with A being the best. Inspectors also give a score indicating the percentage of compliance with inspection standards. 

The health department inspects restaurants on a routine basis unless otherwise noted. 

, 3239 Lemay Ferry Road
Inspection date: July 31
Grade: A (93)
Comments: A follow-up is necessary because there was no sanitation certificate on site and the facility was not able to provide Hepatitis A vaccination documentation for all employees.

, 3973 Lemay Ferry Road
Inspection date: July 31
Grade: A (99)
No comments available

Bob Evans, 6528 S. Lindbergh Boulevard
Inspection date: Aug. 1
Grade: A (100)
Comments: The hand sink was missing paper towels and the dumpster lid was open. Both items were corrected while the inspector was present.

, 8916 Gravois Road
Inspection date: Aug. 1
Grade: A (100)
No comments available

, 6065 Lemay Ferry Road
Inspection date: Aug. 1
Grade: A (100)
Comments: This visit was a follow-up from a July 20 inspection where the Hepatitis A documentation was incomplete and there was debris in containers.  

, 9538 Gravois Road
Inspection date: Aug. 2
Grade: A (93)
Comments: A follow-up inspection is needed. There were no paper towels and the backdoor had a two-inch gap letting light through the doorway. There were cases of cups open on the floor and the wood floor in the walk-in cooler does not meet code. The upright freezer is also not working.

, 5702 Lindbergh Boulevard
Inspection date: Aug. 2
Grade: A (100)
Comments: This visit was the result of a follow-up when the restaurant did not have Hepatitis A vaccination for all employees. The inspector also found bugs. An exterminator was called and the problem was fixed. 

, 5904 Lindbergh Boulevard
Inspection date: Aug. 6
Grade: A (97)
Comments: The inspector found several sinks and drain boards with the caulk seal broken from the wall. The backdoor area was also piled high with boxes.

, 6214 Lindbergh Boulevard
Inspection date: Aug. 6
Grade: A (99)
Comments: The inspector found blackened cutting boards by the pizza oven. The area may be bold-like growth and the cutting boards need to be replaced. The inspector also found several torn refrigeration door gaskets and build-up of food under mats. 

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