Health inspectors rated one local restaurant a low performer this week while another narrowly missed landing on the list for a second week in a row. Last time out Roly Poly on Shipyard Boulevard in Wilmington scored a 77.5. This time it had a different set of problems. They included pasta salad that expired in early December and the owner/manager opening a container of sandwiches with a dirty towel that touched the sandwiches. Seven violations this time and a new score of 88. That's a half-point above our low performer threshold. Bricklanding Plantation Club in Ocean Isle Beach was not so lucky. The dishwasher needs to be fixed. The staff needs to cool cooked foods rapidly when storing. And everyone needs to wear effective hair restraints. An 87.5 for Bricklanding Plantation Club. Three local eateries top this week's Kitchen Cops high performers list. Pita Delite at 317 South College Road in Wilmington scored a perfect 100 plus a two-point bonus for workers passing a food safety course and a total score of 102. Harris Teeter just down College Road lost half a point for some repairs and cleaning needed. Add in the two-point bonus for a total score of 101.5. And finally to Brunswick County and a perfect 100 for Mankin's Causeway Café on Holden Beach road near Supply.
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