UPDATE: The restaurant was re-inspected Monday and received a score of 82/B.
ORIGINAL STORY: A popular Mexican restaurant failed a recent health inspection, with officials noting "fly and spider activity during inspection."
According to the report, an employee was seen not washing their hands before returning to work.
Officials also reported food debris buildup on a can opener blade and pink buildup on the interior flap of an ice machine.
Vice president Ashley Evans said the inspector came at the middle of a "completely busy" lunch when several caterings were going out.
Everything on the report has been addressed and corrected, and staff has been re-trained, Evmas said.
“We’re confident our score will return to the A we had before."
Follow-up inspections are generally completed within 10 days of the original evaluation.
NUEVO LAREDO CANTINA
1495 Chattahoochee Ave.
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
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