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Top 100 Detroit Restaurants By Health Inspection Violations

Restaurant Priority Violations Foundation Violations Core Violations
Nicky D's Coney Island* 34 36 40
Universal Coney Island* 24 28 18
The Turkey Grill 17 22 38
New Parthenon 17 11 26
Bert's Market Place -Jazz BaFood Court 17 22 24
Royal Grill and Deli* 16 14 14
3rd Street Bar 16 15 10
Royal Grill* 15 11 19
Legends Grill 15 15 7
Bobcat Bonnies 14 5 15
Main Street Grill and Coney Island 13 21 35
Sun China Restaurant 12 6 9
Russell Street Deli 12 11 18
Rocky's Grill Coney Island 12 8 13
Pegasus Taverna 12 13 29
Slows BBQ 12 7 3
Hockey Town Cafe 12 13 6
Mario's 12 11 24
L. George's Coney Island* 12 6 8
Motown Coney Island 12 15 15
Lafayette Enterprises Inc 12 12 19
New Center Grill 12 9 16
800 Parc 12 4 8
Cobo Hall- New Kitchen/Concessions 12 16 8
Campus Diner 12 11 24
Asian Corned Beef 12 26 22
Aurora Coney Island 12 20 9
The Whitney Restaurant 11 13 27
Nu Wave Fish & Chicken 11 23 30
Starter's Bar and Grill 11 8 21
T & J Coney Island* 10 4 3
Omega Grill 10 4 6
Moma Shirley's Soul Food 10 12 4
MGM Grand Casino- Main Kitchen 10 10 16
McDonald's* 10 9 27
Taqueria Mi Pueblo 9 6 12
Xochimilco Restaurant 9 6 13
Pho Lucky 9 8 11
Taqueria Nuestra Familia 9 16 16
Mikes Kabob Grille 9 9 6
MGM Grand Casino-Tap MGM Grand 9 9 5
J's Cafe 9 6 6
Lon's Coney Island 9 8 9
Little Caesars Arena- Upper Conc Concess 9 5 6
Firewater Bar & Grill II 9 4 9
Cutters Bar And Grill 9 15 14
44 Burrito 9 6 4
Butcher's Inn 9 8 17
Rincon Tropical 8 15 17
The Hudson Cafe 8 2 8
Harmoni Garden 8 7 13
Grandy's Coney Island* 8 5 10
Lucy & Ethel's Diner 8 7 7
Greenwich Time 8 13 14
Maty's Africa Resturant 8 12 8
Kuzzo's Chicken & Waffles LLC 8 3 5
Louisiana Creole Gumbo 8 6 6
Leong's Carry Out 8 3 2
DSA Detroit School of Arts (9-12) 8 0 7
Onasis Coney Island 7 8 6
Teresa's Place 7 6 8
Niki's Pizzeria 7 10 12
Rono's Caribbean Paradise Restaurant 7 7 16
The Ham Shoppe 7 8 7
Rusted Crow Detroit 7 6 14
Sala Thai 7 6 16
You Name IT Cafe/Fresh Market and Grill 7 10 19
La Palma 7 6 15
Metro Fish & Seafood LLC 7 5 3
La Kabob Grill 7 15 16
Loco Bar & Grill 7 14 16
Happy's Pizza #5 7 11 12
Jacoby's German Biergarten 7 9 17
Monte Bello Pizzeria 7 4 2
Koney Time Restaurant 7 4 7
Detroit Royale with Cheese 7 4 9
Detroit's Finest Coney Island 7 10 6
Baker's Keyboard Lounge 7 8 22
Faustina's Creole and Soulfood 7 8 9
DTE Headquarters Cafe 7 6 6
Burger King* 7 5 10
Central Bar & Grill LLC 7 7 5
Old Redford Kitchen & Cafe 6 1 2
Tim Hortons* 6 3 8
Ottava Via 6 4 11
Pizza Papalis Taverna* 6 6 10
Triple H Deli DBA Birmingham Deli 6 5 5
Steve's Soul Food Det/The Key Club 6 8 11
Vicente's Cuban Cuisine 6 7 10
Papa's Pizza* 6 11 9
Taqueria Lupitas 6 5 7
Stache International 6 5 15
Subway* 6 8 7
Jordans Family Restaurant 6 5 5
Motor City Soul Food 6 7 6
Granite City Food & Brewery 6 7 4
Los Corrales 6 6 6
Source: Detroit Health Department, 2016 to January, 2019
Notes:
1.) Data is filtered to only show restaurants where In Compliance = No.
2.) Top 100 restaurants are listed in descending order, ranked by number of Priority violations.
3.) Priority Violations are serious and known to have a direct effect on food safety. Foundation violations are also taken seriously as they can have an indirect effect on food safety. Core violations are standards of good practice and include things like general cleanliness.
4.) Data lacks locational specificity for some franchise restaurants. Please refer to the source for codes identifying which franchise location is which. Some restaurant chains appear to be misrepresented in this ranking due to having multiple Detroit locations doing business under the same name. Those restaurants are shown with an asterisk. Let me know if I missed any.
5.) Nicky D's Coney Island, the top listed offender, has five (5) locations in Detroit. The health department dataset associates three (3) business names and six (6) Establishment IDs with Nicky D's. I can't resolve which location is which, and a quick search for the ID codes hasn't brought back any meaningful answer. Thanks to useDaltonSpeck for helping me catch an early problem in my summary stats.
6.) It's fair to question the validity of the City's reported data. Close inspection does not conform to expectations or to accepted standards of data management. This publishing exercise should be a great opportunity for the Health Department to tighten up their game. My expectation was to find some records in questionable condition. I was surprised to find disorderly records for the single most prominent offender. That case may prove to be an exception. It's a visible enough exception to raise questions as to what other abnormalities might be lurking below the surface of their records.
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Things To Do- Week of 01/07

Hello, /Dallas. I hope 2019 is treating you nicely so far. Due to an out of town funeral next weekend, Next week's post will be delayed most likely just a day, I'm trying to get most of it done before I leave town.

Top picks from do 214
Editor's Pick from Guide Live
D Magazine Critics Pick
Concerts happening in Dallas

ONGOING EVENTS

Skate the Square until Jan 7 at Frisco Square
Panther Island Ice until Jan 14 at Coyote Drive-In (Fort Worth)
Clowning Around With Murder until January 20 at Eisemann Center
Hamlet from Jan 10 to Jan 20 at Moody Performance Hall
Shen Yun from Jan 10 to Jan 27 at Winspear Opera House
Penguin Days until Jan 31 at Dallas Zoo
$5 Admission until Jan 31 at Dallas Arboretum
Building Toys and Toy Buildings: Architecture Through a Child's Eyes until Jan 31 at AD EX
Dinosaurs Live until Feb 16 at Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary

THIS WEEK
Shen Yun from Monday Jan 7 to Tuesday Jan 8 at Bass Performance Hall
Early Childhood Classes: Winter Wonderland from Tuesday Jan 8 to Thursday Jan 10 at Perot Museum of Nature and Science
FWSO Symphonic Series: Also Sprach Zarathustra from Friday Jan 11 to Sunday Jan 13 at Bass Performance Hall
Repticon Dallas from Saturday Jan 12 to Sunday Jan 13 at Grapevine Convention Center
Dallas Vert Mile Stairclimb from Saturday Jan 12 to Sunday Jan 13 at Reunion Tower

MONDAY JANUARY 7 (High 71 Low 44, Party Cloudy)
'90s Rewind Movie Series: Edward Scissorhands at Angelika Film Center and Cafe (Dallas)
JFK 2 Oak Cliff at Texas Theatre

TUESDAY JANUARY 8 (High 65 Low 42, Party Cloudy)
Pictures and Pages at Kimbell Art Museum
The Amity Affliction / Senses Fail at Gas Monkey Bar and Grill

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 (High 58 Low 41, Mostly Sunny)
Lindsay Ell at House of Blues
EatDrinkInsider With Tiney Ricciardi at Deep Ellum Brewing Co.

THURSDAY JANUARY 10 (High 52 Low 44, PM Showers)
Americans and the Refugee Crisis, 1938-1941 at Dallas Holocaust Museum
Steve Tyrell at Arlington Music Hall
Comethazine at Trees
Levi Cobb and the Big Smoke at Dan's Silverleaf
Calpurnia at House of Blues

FRIDAY JANUARY 11 (High 49 Low 41, Showers)
Kraig Parker: The King Lives! Elvis Birthday Celebration at Irving Arts Center
Arts and Letters Live: Dave Eggers and Mokhtar Alkhanshali at Dallas Museum of Art
Cocktails for Kitties Lucky XIII at Ten Bells Tavern
Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone at Eisemann Center
Bobby Sessions at Trees
Jesse McCartney at House of Blues
Mike and the Moonpies / Jamie Lin Wilson at Kessler Theater
Neal McCoy at Arlington Music Hall
The Spazmatics at Statler
Tish Hinojosa at Poor David's Pub
Cracker at Billy Bob's

SATURDAY JANUARY 12 (High 52 Low 41, AM Showers)
Hotcake Hustle at Addison Conference and Theatre Center
Golden Dragon Acrobats at McKinney Performing Arts Center
Cross Timbers Bird Walk at Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway - Texas Parks and Wildlife
Architectural Walking Tour: Main Street District at Main Street Garden
Celebracion del Dia de Los Reyes Magos at Latino Cultural Center
Cut Back Spring Forward at Texas Discovery Gardens
Hands on Cheesemaking Class at Mozzarella Company
Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues at American Airlines Center
Daddy's Little Sweetheart Dance at Plano Event Center
Gnash at Trees
Danity Kane at House of Blues
Eleven Hundred Springs at Sons of Hermann Hall
Monte Montgomery at Granada Theater
Pat Green at Billy Bob's
Texas Tunes Concert Series: Ruthie Foster at Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater
Bayside at Gas Monkey Bar and Grill
Grady Spencer and the Work at Sundown at Granada


SUNDAY JANUARY 13 (High 53 Low 41, Partly Cloudy)
20th Annual Casino Night at Park Place Plano
Second Sunday Funday: I Have a Dream at Irving Arts Center
Mochitsuki New Year’s Celebration at Fujitsu Network Communications
Holistic Fair at Billy Bob's
Asian Night Market at Bomb Factory
Elvis, Cash and Diamond at Plaza Theatre
Plano Drag Queen Bingo Show at The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club
Fire Ceremony of the Bhagavad Gita - Gita Yajna at Radha Kalachandji Temple

I do realize that I sometimes use Facebook event links and some Redditors do not use Facebook. If there's any events you'd like more details on that's a Facebook link I'll be happy to help out. I try and avoid using Facebook links and go straight to the source but some venues strictly use Facebook for their events.
If I missed anything or would like to showcase an event, feel free to comment below.
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American giving recommendations for Uruguay. What would you add?

Below are my general recommendations for someone going in the summer. I have been three times for a total of about a month and a half. Any suggestions (for the next time I visit)?
Hello!
There's so much to say so I will try and start at a high level and then zoom in.
While staying in Montevideo, I suggest finding an Airbnb (or a higher ranked hotel) in Villa Biarritz/Punta Carretas/Pocitos.
This area is nice because it is walking distance to the Rambla (similar to the Barcelona Rambla) and has a ton of cute, boutique restaurants in the area. It is also close to the Punta Carretas shopping mall which was a prison from the dictatorship days that was converted to a high class shopping mall.
Montevideo is super safe, but downtown, and especially the "Old City" are much more likely to have homeless people and beggars just because of all the tourist traffic.
For super luxury, check out http://www.sofitel.com/gb/hotel-7969-sofitel-montevideo-casino-carrasco-and-spa/index.shtml It is in the nicest neighborhood in Montevideo, but its a bit far from everything else.
As for places to eat, I highly suggest Mercado de Peurto (http://www.mercadodelpuerto.com/). This website is HORRIBLE but it is a pretty authentic Uruguayan experience. Lots of Asados, grilled meat, and its a cool atmosphere. Definitely worth it. Another really nice, small place is El Viejoy http://www.elviejoyquerido.com.uy/. It's small, and everything is for sale. So the plates are all different, the food is good. Also, wine at places is SUPER cheap so bottles all the time in Uruguay. These are the two places that come to mind, but please feel free to ask about any specific food. Fish, pizzas, pizzetas, chivito, beef, griled chicken, pastas are the main food you'll see.
Also, before I forget, there is a built in discount for when you use a Visa or other Debit Card. Its like 11-20% so its pretty substantial. It is meant to encourage tourists to spend money, so it only occurs at "touristy" things like restaurants and cafes. So use a Visa card.
Flea markets are a huge thing in Uruguay because there are many, many artisans. Here is a list of the top markets-- https://theculturetrip.com/south-america/uruguay/articles/the-best-markets-in-uruguay/ -- the first one is huge. You can get anything at the market. Anything. A live chicken? Yes. A dog? Yes. Fresh fruit? Yes. There are miles of this thing.
Other touristy things you can look up yourself because a top 10 list will do a better job than me, but the above suggestions made everything enjoyable for us. Here is a website with that stuff: https://theculturetrip.com/south-america/uruguay/articles/the-top-10-things-to-do-and-see-in-montevideo-uruguay/
The NYT also recently did an article: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/16/travel/montevideo-uruguay-millennial-entrepreneurs-design-fashion-restaurants.html
ON TO THE COAST
First of all, rent a car. They aren't super expensive. Get a fun cheap little Chinese car. Really, cause gas is expensive and you don't need much more than that. Start to head west up the coast. There are a ton of small beach towns, but I am going to point out a few that are worth it. Also, beware! Try and drive this during times when tourists won't be. Up toward the coast is the main tourist attraction of most of South America, so you don't want to hit traffic. In approximate order of hitting the towns...
Pirapolis --cool spot with a fantastic view up the large mountain (driveable). Theres a restaurant up there too. It was really cool when we drive through at night, but we haven't spent that much time there.
Las Cumbres isnt a town but its a hotel on the way and its BEAUTIFUL. Have never stayed there but have just gotten tea and its literally stunning (https://www.cumbres.com.uy/ingles/index.html)
Punta Del Este-- I am sure you have heard of this place. Book a hotel early as it is likely going to be very busy when you go. It is the most upscale and you will see the richest families in South America here, and possibly Ricky Martin. I can't recommend a single restaurant because they are all fantastic. Bars START to get hopping at 2am (this is typical of all Uruguay) and this strip of bars will look like something out of a movie by 3 or 4. It's worth it to see. Random note: when you park, you usually give a small tip to people who "watch" you car, before or after. You'll see them. Its a real thing and protected from govt even though its scammy. I can go off about it but not here lol. Otherwise, do the touristy things here!
After Punta there's also a belgian hotel that's gorgeous called L'Auberge. (http://www.laubergehotel.com/) if you're interested in that.
La Barra is the next town, right after Punta. This is a party town, and theres a big, party beach with live DJs called Bikini. Also check out the shops. There's this amazing candle store called Vellas de Ballena that is great for souvenirs to give to people.
Next up is Jose Igancio. Super upscale little old fishing village that now gorgeous. There is a restaurant called Parador La Huella that we have never been to but has been in NYT and is really nice. We usually just pass through here, go to beach for an hour or two (there are surfing lessons here) and get a bite to eat. Wouldn't suggest staying here just because its so expensive and there isn't much nightlife in this area. There is sometimes a pop up restaurant here that has their sister restaurant in Brooklyn that if you go to both they treat you really well (because so few people do).
After Jose you have La Paloma (which is the next biggest city (after Punta and Pirapolis) but I don't suggest it, but then right after that is La Pedrera which is SO cute, and worth a stay. This place is also centrally located so if you stay in Punta for a few nights this might be your second home base. This is like hipsteartist central, with cool restaurants down the strip and a cool beach. Definitely an airbnb place, though--have no concept of what the hotels might be like cause its smaller. Not a party place but so cool and relaxing. Its a nice contrast. One restaurant I really enjoyed was Petisco (https://www.facebook.com/PetiscoRestoPubLaPedrera/). I highly suggest spending a night here. You won't find it on tourist destinations.
Next up...Cabo Polonia. This place is AMAZING. It is only accessible via these all terrain vehicles and its absolutely beautiful. We made a day out of it (I think its like 40 min from La Pedrera, so we stay two nights in La Pedrera and spent one day here). Here is a NYtimes article on it: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/30/the-coast-of-utopia/ --I highly suggest it for a day, at least. We didn't stay so I don't know nightlife (they don't really have electricity or running water?) so don't know what its like, but there are hotels and is one of the top tourist destinations.
Finally, you have Punta Del Diablo, its one of my favorites. beautiful beach, cool atmosphere, and overall chill AF. We made a day trip out of this place (every year), but I assume you could stay longer. Think surfers, and surf huts, and beautiful beach.
Finally, not a beach town but possibly worth a visit, there is a winery and a town called Garzon. http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2012/05/13/travel/20120513-SURFACING.html Very hard to find, but worth a good dinner at the restaurant listed. The winery is evidently amazing as well, but I have never been.
COMING OVER FROM BA (East):
It might be worth it to take the ferry to Colonia instead of directly Montevideo. Spend a day here and then take a bus to Uruguay (probably cheaper too). This place is a super small Portuguese town from like the 1600s or something that has been preserved. Cute cafes, artisans, and great views.
For five nights, I would suggest spending:
1-2 nights in Montevideo. See the tourist things in the link above and experience the flea markets. Drive through Pirapolis if you can on the way to Punta from Montevideo, maybe grab lunch there.
1 night (preferably a weekend, but not necessary) in Punta. It's really the most famous destination. Go out and have fun all night long. On the way to La Pedrera stop in La Barra and Jose Ignacio to walk around, grab an ice cream, and sit on the beach for a bit.
2 nights in La Pedrera. You can use this as a destination point-- spend 1 day in Cabo Polonia, 1 day in La Pedrera (or just come back for dinnedrinks at the end of the day). You could even make it to Punta Del Diablo.
1 night in Punta Del Diablo or back to Montevideo (where you will probably have your flight from).
Note that driving up and down the coast takes like 2 hours from Monte to Punta and like 2-3 hour to Punta Del Diablo, which is the furthest point. It's not that far.
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