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Restaurant Scorecard: DHEC gives Myrtle Beach pizza joint a B

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - You made it to the weekend and you want to enjoy it by going to your favorite restaurant for something good to eat, but before you do that, here's a look at how some of the local eateries did in their health inspections this week.

In Myrtle Beach, the Pizza Shak got an 85 from the Department of Health and Environmental Control. Food was not received at the right temperature, proper cooking time and temperatures were not observed, and they were not using approved thawing methods.

A couple of places did a little better: Prosser's BBQ in Murrells Inlet got an 88. In Georgetown, El Cerro Grande on Church Street also got an 88.

Finally here's a list of some local hot spots that got a score in the 90s from D-HEC: Bucket's Bar and Grill in Myrtle Beach for a 92, Norman's in Pawleys Island got a 96, and El Pueblito in Longs got a 97.

Click here to see a PDF file of all of this week's DHEC reports.

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