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On the menu: Food inspections report for 5/1/15

Here we go with this week’s wrap-up of food inspection. Only one “C” to report, and that goes to McAlister’s in Corinth. But on a follow-up inspection, it cleared the inspection and made a “B,” the highest score allowed after getting a C. The state Department of Health regularly inspects restaurants and food facilities. These […]

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Another restaurant update: Taziki’s to open May 26

On the heels of today’s earlier news brought to you by yours truly, we have an opening date for Taziki’s Mediterranean Grill as well. It will open for business May 26, the day after Memorial Day. It is located in the Kings Crossing shopping center, between Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Sports Clips. Zell […]

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Opening dates set for Bim Bam Burgers, Mugshots in Tupelo

We’ve got the latest news on a couple of restaurants folks are keenly interested in in the All-America City. • First, there’s Bim Bam Burgers, which had hoped to open by Saturday. Alas, that won’t be the case, but manager Barry Carroll tells us that it will have a soft opening on May 11. The […]

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On the menu: Food inspection report for 4.24.15

The food inspector was busy in Lee County last week, visiting quite a few places. And everybody got A’s in the county.  There were two B’s, both in Corinth. There also was a C this week, in Calhoun City, at Nelson’s Soul Food & Grill. It was not in compliance because it didn’t have a […]

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Tupelo chef shares plans about The Skillet restaurant

Daily Journal Food Editor Ginna Parsons caught up with Tupelo chef David Leathers, who updated her on his plans for The Skillet restaurant at the corner of Clayton Avenue and West Jackson Street. If you haven’t had a chance to pick up today’s paper, here’s a link to the story on the Daily Journal’s website. What […]

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Restaurant veteran opens Dark-n-Lovely’s Kitchen in Tupelo

Brenda Tynes has been a familiar face around the restaurant business in Tupelo. For the past 15 years, she’s been at O’Charley’s, but she recently opened her own restaurant, Dark-n-Lovely’s Kitchen at 2447 Eason Blvd., in Tupelo, across from Region III and Itawamba Community College.‘s Tupelo campus. It’s adjacent to the former Coley Equipment Company. […]

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MS Food Inspection

On the menu 3/27/15: Mostly good report card, with one C

This week’s food inspection/facility report was mostly filled with A’s. A good thing, since schools seem to have been the focus for inspectors in the past week.  Only one C this week, going to Denny’s in Starkville. It  got the score  for two violations: not having proper hot holding temperature for food and not having proper […]

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