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What You Eat: Restaurant Inspections for Okra's, Starbucks

See how you favorite restaurants fared during the visit of a Prince William County Health inspector.

Want to know how area restaurants performed in their last Virginia Department of Health inspection?

Restaurants in the Commonwealth are inspected between one and four times a year. There are two types of violations: critical and non-critical. What's the difference? Critical violations, unless corrected, can contribute to "food contamination, illness or environmental degradation," according to the state health department. 

Non-critical violations are not as severe, but can lead to critical violations if not corrected. 

How It Works

Clicking on the restaurant name will bring you to the business' page in the Patch directory of local businesses. Clicking here will bring you to VDH's web page where you can find detailed information on any of the restaurants listed below.

Clicking on the date of last inspection will take you directly to that restaurant's report.

 

 

Restaurant

Last Inspection Date

Total Violations

Critical Violations

Non-Critical Violations

Starbucks (9642 Liberia Ave.)

Nov. 8

1

1

0

Joe’s Pizza and Subs (Centreville Road)

Nov. 8

5

3

2

Domino’s Pizza (Lomond Drive)

Nov. 8

0

0

0

Pinoy Market and Café (Liberia Ave.)

Nov. 15

0

0

0

Tony’s New York Pizza (Mathis Ave.)

Oct. 3

0

0

1

Golden Top Restaurant (Mathis Ave.)

Oct. 3

0

0

0

Okra’s Louisiana Bistro

Nov. 14

2

1

1

Taco Bell (Centreville Road)

Nov. 28

0

0

0

Domino’s (Centreville Road)

Nov. 8

0

0

0

Guapo’s Grill & Rottisserie

Oct. 12

6

2

4

 

 

 

 

 

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