Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Jan. 2-8 (maximum score: 100; there were no inspections to report for the week of Dec. 26-Jan. 1; scores available online at inspections.my-health-department.com/tennessee):

• Taco Bell, 1120 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 98.

• Subway, 1060 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 94. Critical violation: improper hot holding temperatures (meatballs held at 100 degrees, manager stated meatballs were heated to 165 degrees in microwave).

• Little Caesars, 1025 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 95. Critical violation: toxic substances not properly identified, stored or used (bug spray stored on shelf with sauces under front counter and chemical cleaners hung on rack with cookies, salt and pepper).

A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 100.

• Domino’s, 201 Tyson Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 99.

• The Roaming Beet Box Cafe, 206B Tyson Ave., Paris — Jan. 7. Score: 100.

• Eats & Treats, 1067

Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 7. Score: 92. Critical

violations: improper hot holding temperatures (hamburgers at 120 degrees, out for two hours, water in hot well was too low); improper date

marking and disposition (no ready-to-eat time-and-temperature-control foods date-marked.)

A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violations corrected and score adjusted to 97.

• Subway, 201 Tyson Ave., Paris — Jan. 7. Score: 98.

• Henry County Nutrition Site, 55 Jones Bend Road Extended, Paris — Jan. 7. Score: 99.

• Burger King, 1016 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 7. Score: 95. Critical violation: toxic substances not properly identified, stored or used (degreaser stored on top of ice machine.)

A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 100.

• Hardee’s, 1005 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 8. Score: 99.

• The House, 105 S. Brewer St., Paris — Jan. 8. Score: 92. Critical violation: improper date marking and disposition (ready-to-eat time-and-temperature-control foods such as chicken wings, sausage gravy and hot dogs not date-marked.)

A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 97.

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