A host of non-food-type shortfalls led to a near-unsatisfactory food inspection score and a moderate follow-up grade for Uncle Julio’s Casa Grande.
The chain’s Atlanta eatery at 1860 Peachtree Road suffered a 20-point drop from a year ago, receiving a 72 (C) earlier this month (below 70 is an unsatisfactory score). Almost a week later, it managed to correct some items and climb to an 82 (B). A follow-up inspection is required for scores below 80; therefore, Uncle Julio’s would have to request a new inspection if it wants to try for a higher score in advance of its next routine exam.
During the routine exam on Sept. 1, the list of infractions ranged from failure to store wiping cloths in a sanitizing solution to not repairing or replacing a sensory that ensures the hand sink has hot water pressure. The inspector noted all of these as new violations, according to the report. Improper temperature-relation shortfalls were also cited.
Although Uncle Julio’s corrected some