MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Meirav Eizikson calls Market Common home and she says she's dined at the nearby pizza restaurant - Ultimate California Pizza.
"It was very good. The staff was good and it was good food," said Eizikson. DHEC visited earlier this week for a routine inspection. The restaurant scored an 83, a B rating. The inspector found six violations and two of them were critical.
"You want a clean restaurant. Sometimes things do go wrong," said Eizikson.
The report shows the inspector reportedly found food being stored at improper temperatures. It goes on to show the inspector also found a problem with the dish washer. According to one the restaurant's managers, it was a problem with the setting and it has been fixed.
Other violations were cited for having problems with plumbing and cutting boards, in addition to areas inside the pizza oven that could use some cleaning. An inspector returned later on in the week, and found zero violations. Ultimate California Pizza now has an 'A' rating.
Joe's Diner in Myrtle Beach also had a routine inspection this week.
"He came in and went through everything," explained Joe Miller, owner of the diner off of 17 Bypass.
According to the report there were two violations, one for storing egg shells over produce and another for having a dirty cooler. Miller says he's proud of the diner's score, a 97, an 'A' rating. Miller says it's because of his longtime staff.
"We've had the same help for 12 years, 13 years. So they all know what they need to do. So we're pretty lucky there."