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Monmouth County Restaurant Inspections

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Was poking around some local food links and came across this for what it's worth...

http://www.mcrhc.org/RI-main.html

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  1. EM, thanks for this - did you find any UNSatisfatory listings?

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    1. re: nyebaby37

      No. Even Conditional ratings seem hard to come by.

    2. Obviously, not nearly a comprehensive list. Just off the top of my head, not included: Freehold, Marlboro, Manalapan, Colts Neck, LIncroft, MIddletown.

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      1. re: RGR

        RGR,

        This is just the county. Most towns, including the ones you mentioned, have their own municipal inspector. The others defer to the county.

      2. http://www.visitmonmouth.com/data.asp...

        Here are a few more that were not listed on your link ... all conditionally satisfactory

        1. Was just discussing something like this the other day with my mother after watching Gordon Ramsey's show. (You know the one, where he goes into restaraunts and finds like week old salmon, horrible careless chefs, etc.)

          Does anyone know by law how often a year a restaraunt is actually inspected? Inquiring minds would like to know. :) THANKS!

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          1. re: nachoswithcocoa

            Restaurants in NJ are inspected at least once a year. If the annual inspection goes well, the restaurant may not see the inspector until the next year. If there were significant issues, the restaurant often gets a follow-up inspection. This is true whether the rating was satisfactory or conditionally satisfactory. If there is a complaint of any kind, it often triggers a visit as well - although not always.