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Part 3: Clayton Restaurant Inspection Reports in November

A look at November restaurant inspections conducted by the St. Louis County Department of Health.

Here is a look at some of the restaurant inspections conducted in and near during November. Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch examined inspection reports in the 63105 ZIP code. Information has been compiled using publicly available data published to the website of the .

Restaurants are , with A being the best. Inspectors also give a score indicating the percentage of compliance with inspection standards.

Unless otherwise noted, all inspections were conducted on a routine basis.

THE CROSSING, 7823 Forsyth Blvd.
Inspection date: Nov. 30
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions: None listed


DEMUN OYSTER BAR, 740 DeMun Ave.
Inspection date: Nov. 9
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions: None listed


FIRST WATCH, 8001 Forsyth Blvd.
Inspection date: Nov. 7
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions: None listed


GOURMET TO GO, 7710 Carondelet Ave. (opening inspection)
Inspection date: Nov. 2
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions: None listed

HALF & HALF, 8135 Maryland Ave.
Inspection date: Nov. 9
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions: None listed

HALF & HALF, 8135 Maryland Ave. (complaint inspection)
Inspection date: Nov. 17
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions:

  • "Caller observed man at service window touching ready to eat/serve food with his bare hands. He moved eggs around on a plate and then took a dirty rag and wiped off the top of the plate. Caller also saw someone cutting up onions, then removing whipped cream from a customers plate (no gloves, no hand wash, bare hands) and replacing the cream with a larger portion. When callers food was presented she refused it and told the server why. Caller did note that woman in prep area had put on gloves but was still using a dirty rag to wipe off plated."

General comments:

  • "Investigation: No violations were observed/cited at time of inspection. Complaint will be closed unless further evidence come forth to warrant a reopening of investigation."

HOUSE OF WONG, 46 N. Central Ave.
Inspection date: Nov. 28
Grade: A (95)
Observations and corrective actions:

  • "Facility has gaps in walls/doors downstairs that pest could enter through."
  • "Food items being stored in a non-finish basement."
  • "Shelves are no longer smooth, durable, or easily cleanable."
  • "Floors, walls, and ceilings are no longer smooth, durable, or easily cleanable allowing debris/residue to accumulate."



J MCGRAUGHS, 8405 Maryland Ave.
Inspection date: Nov. 14
Grade: A (99)
Observations and corrective actions:

  • "Walk in cooler has several wall panels and ceiling panels that are separating from structure wall creating an area that is not smooth, durable, or easily cleanable and area is currently producing a mold like substance."

J. BUCK'S RESTAURANT, 101 S. Hanley Rd.
Inspection date: Nov. 1
Grade: A (99)
Observations and corrective actions:

  • "Ceiling tiles in kitchen area have water damage."



JIMMY'S CAFE ON THE PARK, 706 DeMun Ave.
Inspection date: Nov. 2
Grade: A (100)
Observations and corrective actions:

  • "Establishment has corrected major areas that were not smooth, durable, or easily cleanable, focus should now be on a deep cleaning around equipment and seams to make kitchen area less build-up of residue."

Questions about this report may be directed to nate.birt@patch.com.

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