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Weekly Restaurant Report: More good than bad this week

A list of local restaurants with and without health code violations as reported to 14 WFIE by the Vanderburgh County Health Department.

PaPa Johns; 4814 W Lloyd Expressway

1 non-critical violation

Cool Breeze B & B; 1240 SE Second St.

2 non-critical violations

American Legion Post #8; 6001 New Harmony Rd.

1 non-critical violation

Old Mill; 5031 New Harmony Rd.

1 non-critical violation

Ginny's Place; 1602 Vann Ave

1 critical violation - facility does not have certified food safety employee.

3 non-critical violations

Rick's Sports Bar; 1531 S Green River Rd.

2 critical violations - hand sink obstructed, reach-in not at 41 degrees.

1 non-critical violation

Sirlon Stockade; 4610 Bellmeade

1 critical violation - items in walk-in not date marked.

2 non-critical violations

DC's Pub 900 W Buena Vista

1 non-critical violation

No Violations

The Pacetre; 2734 Mt. Vernon Ave

Horizon Homes; 1450 Luther

Plaza Park Int. Academy; 7301 Lincoln Ave

Willow Park; 5050 Lincoln Ave

Carriage House; 5300 Carriage Dr.

Cold Stone Creamery; 6401 E Lloyd Expressway

Stans Original Una Pizza; 1101 Harmony Way

Independence Square; 201 W Delaware St.

Jimtown Bar; 502 N Garvin St.

Long John Silvers; 1015 S. Green River Rd.

Sonic; 2200 Covert Ave

Jo Jo Market; 2300 Riverside

Clearcrest Pines; 10521 Darmstadt Rd.

Bauers Grove Bauerhaus; 13605 Darmstadt Rd.

Rounder Toa; 12731 N Green River Rd.

Cork & Cleaver; 650 Hebron

Starbucks; 6625 E Lloyd Expressway

Target; 6625 E Lloyd Expressway

Domino's Pizza #2577; 421 N St. Joseph Ave

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