Andy's Restaurant Scorecard: When The Levee breaks, plus scores - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

Andy's Restaurant Scorecard: When The Levee breaks, plus scores

(WMC-TV) - What's missing at The Levee isn't just the men's room sink.

What's missing is any respect for private property.

The college students who lack that respect cost the Oxford establishment dearly in its latest health inspection.

The Levee, 1008 Jackson Ave., earned a "C," the lowest grade a Mississippi establishment can earn, in its latest inspection Aug. 30:

"proper eating, tasting, drinking or tobacco use NOT OBSERVED"

"food contact surface cleaned & sanitized NOT OBSERVED"
   
"hands clean and properly washed NOT OBSERVED"

"adequate hand-washing facilities NOT IN COMPLIANCE"

Operating partner Griffin Tanner admitted his bartender failed to stock the bar sink with paper towels -- a hygiene violation.

Tanner also admitted his establishment took a hit for the dishwasher not properly sanitizing. It's fixed.

But he added The Levee would have earned a "B" if some rowdy Rebels hadn't ripped the sink right out of the men's room.

"Our bathroom sink has actually been destroyed," he said. 

He said the very morning after Hotty Toddy went rowdy on the sink, the health inspector showed up, of course.

"If you don't have a place to wash your hands for patrons or employees, you're not in compliance for health code," he admitted.

He said The Levee suffers $500 a month in damages by rowdy customers, especially during Ole Miss football weekends.

"It's not uncommon for us to have to replace a toilet or mirror, paper towel dispenser, something like that," he said. "With the volume that we do, by the time we catch them, the damage has already been done.

"We have a plumber ordering us something that's a little more durable that can stand up to the college kids."

Sounds like some Ole Miss 'college kids' need to calm down.

Because when The Levee breaks -- because you broke it -- it's The Levee that has to answer the inspection.

Yeah. I remember my first beer...

THE WEEK'S NOTABLE SHELBY COUNTY SCORES:

Tokyo Japanese Express, 680 N. Germantown Pkwy, Cordova, TN, 98 on August 29 

Exline's Best Pizza In Town, 6250 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN, 97 on August 27 

Taco Bell, 6720 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN, 96 on August 27 

Backyard Burgers, 2110 West St., Germantown, TN, 96 on August 28 

Jason's Deli, 1199 Ridgeway Rd., Park Place Shopping Center/East Memphis, 95 on August 28 

Wendy's, 9197 Poplar Ave., Germantown, TN, 95 on August 28 

Five Guys Burgers & Fries, 1315 Ridgeway Rd., Park Place Shopping Center/East Memphis, 95 on August 28 

Broadway Pizza, 2581 Broad Ave., Binghampton/E. Memphis, 93 on August 29 

Ferraro's Pizzeria & Pub, 111 Jackson Ave., Pinch District/Downtown Memphis, 91 on August 27 

Red Lobster, 8161 Highway 64, Wolfchase Area, 89 on August 28 

KFC, 3215 S. Perkins Rd., Parkway Village/SE Memphis, 86 on August 28 

KFC, 8342 Hwy. 51 N., Millington, TN, 85 on August 27 

Captain JJ's Fish & Chicken, 2447 Poplar Ave., Midtown Memphis, 83 on August 28 

Waffle House, 4314 American Way, Southeast Memphis, 81 on August 27

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