May Health Inspections for Conshy Food Joints
Which Conshohocken eatery racked up 10 violations in May?
This week, Plymouth-Whitemarsh Patch used the Montgomery County Health Department's online inspection database to review the March inspection results for restaurants and bars in both Whitemarsh and Plymouth townships. Today, we take a look at Conshohocken.
Click on the name of the business to see our directory listing and click in the violations column to see a full report, including information about what the violations were.
Keep in mind that some violations can be rather minor, and are defined by the MCHD as "good retail practices." Risk violations, on the other hand, are "improper practices or procedures identified as the most prevalent contributing factors of foodborne illness or injury," and are more concerning. However, many from both categories can be corrected on the spot.
Check back with Patch as we post inspections results every month.
|Carol's Place||201 W 6th Avenue, Conshohocken
|Casmar Cafe||101 E 7th Avenue, Conshohocken
|Conshohocken Café||521 Fayette Street, Conshohocken
|Old Time Saloon||201 W 7th Avenue, Conshohocken
|Pasta Via|| 824 Fayette Street, Conshohocken
|Ted's Place Pizzeria Restaurant||103 Spring Mill Avenue, Conshohocken
|The Stone Rose||822 Fayette Street, Conshohocken
|Tony & Joe's Pizzeria||201 Fayette Street, Conshohocken