Owners of five restaurants cited recently for critical violations saw their grade change from a C to a B after a follow-up inspection by Mississippi State Department of Health.
The restaurants were inspected between Jan. 10-19.
Restaurants and other food service establishments in Mississippi are rated A if they pass the health department inspection, B if violations are corrected during the inspection, and C if the violations are critical.
Restaurant owners can request a re-inspection if they believe that the issues were corrected and may result in an improved inspection grade. The re-inspection fee is $165.
The restaurants cited