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Best and Worst Restaurant Inspection Reports in the Chattanooga Area for the Week Ending March 5, 2024

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Best and Worst Restaurant Inspection Reports in the Chattanooga Area for the Week Ending March 5, 2024

By HERE News

Chattanooga, March 5, 2024 – This week saw interesting movements in the Chattanooga area’s restaurant inspection reports. The Hamilton County, Catoosa County, and Walker County health departments conducted their semi-annual inspections and graded the businesses on a 100-point scale. Incorrect scores below 70 necessitate corrective action. Eateries are scheduled for another inspection if they fail to meet critical standards.

The scores provided in this report are initial and do not reflect the instant modifications that occasionally result in an increase. Below is the list of scores for the week ending March 5, 2024.

No Failures Reported

Fortunately, no establishments failed to hit the critical benchmark this week. However, some restaurants did score significantly less than perfect.

Restaurant Scores

  • Chopstix, 6903 Lee Highway – 70
  • Pier 88 Boiling Seafood, 2288 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 130 – 76
  • Southern Squeeze, 1301 Dorchester Road, Suite 101 – 80
  • The Canopy at Boynton Ridge Assisted Living Facility, Ringgold, Ga. – 82
  • Zaxby’s, 6456 Alabama Highway, Ringgold, Ga. – 86
  • Burrito Wings Mexican Grill, 1849 Battlefield Parkway, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.- 87

These are the preliminary ratings and do not account for any immediate changes restaurant owners may have implemented upon receiving their scores.

Complaint Filing

To file health-related grievances, the public can reach out to one of the health departments. For Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department, call 423-209-8110. For inquiries or complaints in Catoosa County, dial the Catoosa County Health Department at 706-406-2030. Finally, for Walker County, the Walker County Health Department can be reached via 706-639-2574.

As outlined by the health departments, these scores are vital to ensuring the health and safety of diners in the area. Each point indicates important standards that must be maintained by each establishment. The scores are a transparent measure for patrons to understand the cleanliness and safety protocols of the restaurants they choose.

While no restaurants failed this time around, these scores serve as a crucial reminder to all eateries in the region of the significance of maintaining excellent health and hygienic standards, as well as a warning to those who have scored low this week.


Over the next weeks and months, the identified restaurants will be working on their operations to boost their scores. The Chattanooga health departments will continue their mandated inspections, and the results will be published here on the HERE News Network.

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