The Kansas Department of Agriculture found a new restaurant to be out of health code compliance after its first health inspection.
Inspection reports from Sonic, Bi Bim Bap and more.
The Blue Moose was marked out of compliance after 12 violations were found on a routine inspection on March 16.
Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Kappa, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Sigma Phi and Acacia Fraternity have all had service inspections since Jan. 1.
Kansas Department of Agriculture service inspections of Aggieville establishments for March.
Live and dead flies found at McDonald's, moldy food found at Coco Bolos and salmon filets found thawing for more than 24 hours discovered at Hibachi Hut.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture inspected two restaurants in town. These are the shortest service inspections you'll ever read (and that's a good thing).
The Kansas Department of Agriculture found three local restaurants to be out of compliance with health codes.
Inspection reports from Radina's, Insomnia Cookies, O'Malley's, McDonald's and The Thai Noodle.
Local dessert options find their way into the service inspections.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture inspected Gambino's Pizza, Panda Express and Sonic Drive-In.
Inspectors with the Kansas Department of Agriculture looked at The Goose, Pizza Ranch, AJ's NY Pizzeria and Hibachi Hut.
Insomnia Cookies and The Chef Cafe both passed their health inspections.
Dairy Queen on Anderson cited for multiple food temperature violations, Hunam Express cited for multiple and various violations, rodent pellets found at Oppy's Amoco Service
Complete Nutrition gets a field warning letter; El Tapatio receives complaint
AJ's NY Pizzeria cited for refrigeration issues, rodent droppings in storage area; El Tapatio cited for mold buildup and multiple other issues.
Imperial Garden and UMI Steakhouse rack up inspection violations
Rock-A-Belly Deli, Subway and Which Wich? Superior Sandwiches made today's service inspections. Which two are out of compliance with the Kansas Department of Agriculture?
Multiple K-State locations inspected; all pass inspection
The Kansas Department of Agriculture inspected three local restaurants, but found one of them not in compliance with health codes.