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See how restaurants fared on this week's Restaurant Scorecard

(WMBF) - It's Friday, and it's time to celebrate the start to the weekend with a trip to your favorite restaurant.

But there are some places in the area that didn't quite make the grade when Department of Health and Environmental Control inspectors came to visit.

Let's start with the worst score for this week: Islander on Pawleys Island got an 87 in their inspection.

But a few more places didn't do much better: 88s were given to Crab Daddy's in Garden City, Mammy's Kitchen in Myrtle Beach, Villa Tuscana in North Myrtle Beach, and Jade Hibachi in Conway. Again, they all got an 88 in their Health inspection.

But there was one restaurant in Myrtle Beach that did fairly well: Captain's Nook got a 97 from DHEC.
Remember you can find out how a restaurant did before you eat. Each establishment is required to have its score posted. If you don't see it, just ask.

You can also see all the health inspection reports we're telling you about in PDF format right here.

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