CBS46 News learned that conditions weren't exactly bravo inside one Gwinnett County restaurant this week.
Bravo's Cantina and Grill at 5965 Cumming Highway in Sugar Hill failed with only 37 points and a "U" for unsatisfactory.
Inspectors took photographs of numerous violations in the kitchen, including employee clothing stored with food, raw beef stored behind fish and medicines stored with equipment and food.
The owner said his manager was responsible for running the restaurant while he was on vacation.
"I came back and I fixed everything, and I've already had a meeting with the health inspectors and everything is clear," Bravo's owner Ray Bravo said.
Well not exactly, CBS46 noticed management had failed to post the current health inspection, misleading customers and cooks were not wearing gloves while preparing food.
Bravo's management corrected these problems on the spot and they're waiting on a re-inspection.
There are several good scores around metro Atlanta. In Paulding County, Martins at 3866 Atlanta Highway in Hiram scored 91 points and an "A." In DeKalb County, Buy The Bone BBQ at 567 Stephenson Road in Stone Mountain picked up a 94 and in Fulton County, Jet's Pizza at 11706 Alpharetta Highway in Roswell received a perfect 100.
Last but not least, CBS46's featured restaurant of the week is Panbury's at 209 Edgewood Avenue inside the Municipal Market in Downtown Atlanta. They serve South African pies for under $7 and they received an "A" and 100 points on their health inspection.
If you want to find out how your favorite restaurant scored on its last health inspection click here and be sure to watch our exclusive Restaurant Report Card every Thursday at 11 p.m.
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