Neighborhood roadhouse and sub shop undergo health inspections

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Logan's Roadhouse near Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach had a visit from a Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) inspector this week. On Friday morning, the restaurant had an 'A' posted on its door. Logan's scored tallied up to an 88, the lowest 'A' rating on DHEC's scale.

A manager for Logan's said once the inspector left, the restaurant's staff got right to work. The report shows there was one critical violation. The dishwasher was not working to DHEC's standards. The pump's pressure was too low and the water was too hot.

The report goes on to show there were six other violations. The inspector left directions to clean parts of the kitchen walls and inside the coolers. The report also makes note of leaky plumbing fixtures that needed to be fixed.  The inspector also reportedly observed stored food that was left uncovered and found certain food items with the improper label.

A DHEC inspector will return for a follow-up inspection. A manager for Logan's says the restaurant is ready to go.

Subway in Grand Dunes had a routine inspection too. Angie Flynn works next door and she was relieved her lunch spot scored a 97, an 'A' rating.

"It's very important to me that it's clean and that they have a good grade. That makes a difference to me," said Flynn.

The inspector found two violations. The surface of some wood in the prep area didn't have the proper coating and onions were improperly stored. Flynn says she's never had a problem at Subway.

"It is always fresh I have to say," she said. "It's really good."

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