MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) Top Ten Beer and Burgers in Conway had a visit from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) this week. The report shows the inspector found seven violations, giving the restaurant a score of 91, an 'A' grade. Owner Paul Sansbury says those problems aren't cause for concern.
"Just some minor things, things you may overlook from month to month. Maybe more elbow grease here and there," said Sansubury.
DHEC left Sansbury with a list of things to do like clean the ice machine, counters, walls, and floor, and that's not all.
"I have to make sure I get a new cutting board, which I've had for years. It's no problem," added Sansbury. The inspector will be back next week for a follow up visit.
A DHEC inspector also stopped by next door at Taqueria Dos Hermanos. The report shows the taco shop scored an 88, which is the lowest A on DHEC's rating scale. The inspector found nine violations.
The owner of Taqueria Dos Hermanos said he's been working on everything the inspector noted. The Mexican eatery has been asked by DHEC to re-grout the kitchen tiles, repair the freezer, fix the cutting board, and clean the walls, cabinets and shelves. DHEC will also follow up at Dos Hermanos next week.
Bob Evan's in North Myrtle Beach scored a 96 on DHEC'S routine inspection. The report indicates the inspector cited the eatery for three violations and left a much shorter cleaning list.
Nancy Fannin and her son dine at Bob Evan's almost every day.
"We have a very good experience here every time we come here. It's like coming home," said Fannin.
Her son Jonathan is not surprised at their high score from DHEC. He says they've never had an issue and that's why they keep coming back for more.
"It's just a clean place and a great atmosphere," said Fannin.