Popular N. Charleston restaurant dropped to “C” by DHEC


Wild Wing in North Charleston has corrections to make after DHEC inspectors spotted dead roaches, and flagged other issues in a recent health inspection.

According to the report, the inspector found the roaches of different sizes in two separate parts of the restaurant.

Other violations include a food handler grabbing celery sticks and putting them on a plate to be served, a hand sink at the bar being used as a “dump sink”, cooling time and temperatures, hot holding temperatures, cold holding temperatures, and cooling methods.

The inspection report also mentions a consecutive violation for shelving throughout the restaurant having a build-up of residue.

Nicks Gyros and Phillys on Rivers Avenue is again working with a “C” from DHEC. Inspectors last visited the restaurant in May and graded them out at a “C”.

Proper cooking time and temperatures, reheating procedures, cooling time and temperatures, hot holding and cold holding temperatures, and date marking of foods were all marked as violations.

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