October Health Inspections for Whitemarsh Restaurants

Did your local favorite have any violations?

Thanks to the Montgomery County Health Department, residents can rather easily peruse online for the most recent inspection of any business with a license to sell food.

We combed through all of the Whitemarsh businesses inspected last month and created the table below to show the results. 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.

Check back with Patch as we take a look at businesses in Plymouth and Conshohocken later this week.

Name Address Reason Violations Risk Violations Academy in Manayunk 1200 River Road, Conshohocken
2 1
BJ's Solid Gold 1032 E. Hector Street, Conshohocken


5 2
From The Boot 517 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill
1 0
Holiday Inn Fort Washington 432 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Washington
7 1
Lu Lu Shriners 5140 Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting
Routine 0 0
Meriwether-Godsey At Germantown Academy 340 Morris Road, Fort Washington
Routine 1 0 Panera Bread 48 Ridge Pike, Conshohocken
Routine 1 1
Philadelphia Cricket Club 6025 W. Valley Green Road, Flourtown
4 2
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Cafeteria- East 201 E. Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting
2 1
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Cafeteria- West 201 E. Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting Routine
0 0 Scoogi's Classic Italian 738 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown
6 2
Spring Mill Fire Co. #1 1210 Hector Street, Conshohocken
1 1 The Caspian Grille 539 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill
2 1 Whitemarsh Valley Country Club 815 Thomas Road, Lafayette Hill
5 1
  • Click here to read previous Whitemarsh health inspections.


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