CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCBD) -- Department of Health and Environmental Control inspectors visited restaurants all over the Lowcountry this week to assign a health grade.
Some of the violations include improper cooling and thawing methods.
There were also issues with the ware washing facilities.
The DHEC inspector also found particle build up on coolers, prep units, and areas in the kitchen and bar.
A follow up inspection is schedule for before July 19.
The C-grade violations include improper cold holding temperatures. Some cold foods were documented at above 41 degrees.
Mold was also found near the dish machine.
A follow-up inspection was scheduled by July 12.
UPDATE: Virginia's on King now has an A-grade after previously receiving a B-grade.
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