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North Myrtle Beach restaurant gets perfect score on re-inspection after getting a 'C'

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HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Before you head out to dinner this weekend, we're helping you pick you restaurant of choice, based on the latest reports from the Department of Health and Environmental Control.

First in Restaurant Scorecard is Boardwalk Billy's on 13th Avenue North in North Myrtle Beach. When reviewed last Friday - it received 70 percent - which is a "C" rating. The inspector noted: mildew buildup on the ice machine, raw meat stored at an improper temperature, and flies in the restaurant. Since that inspection - Boardwalk Billy's corrected all issues and received a 100 percent.

If you plan on heading to Huddle House in Kingstree - it received a "C" with 76 percent. According to the report during the inspection, employees were seen not washing their hands after changing gloves, the coffee machine was dirty, and meat was stored at the wrong temperature. A follow up inspection is scheduled for July 29.

The El Cerro Grande in North Myrtle Beach received an 81 percent -  a "B" rating. Inspectors there noted: an uncovered drink in the kitchen, the dish washer missing chlorine ..which is needed to properly wash dishes, and food was stored on the floor in a walk-in cooler.

International Club in Murrels Inlet earned an 82 percent. The store lost points because DHEC says it did not have an employee health plan in place, meat was stored at an improper temperature, and chemical bottles lacked any labels. A re-inspection date is scheduled for August 1.          

Meanwhile - two restaurants on this week's list received perfect scores: the Officer's Club at Myrtle Beach Yacht Club and Rivertown Roasters on Main in Conway both received 100 percent on their inspections.

View complete reports for each of this week’s featured restaurants below:

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