Thursday, February 14, 2013
Also, 54th Street has a follow-up inspection scheduled for later this month.
Our restaurant inspections check out local eateries in Florissant and surrounding areas, including Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights and Hazelwood. Each week, Florissant Patch publishes information from the local restaurant inspections of St. Louis County Department of Health as well as their grade. Here are the latest restaurant inspections for the past 90 days: 54th Street Bar and Grill Address: 2895 N. Highway 67, Florissant Date of Inspection: Feb. 11 Type of Inspection: Routine Risk Factor: 3 Grade: 94-A Comments: Hepatitis A records not complete; sanitizer in buckets is too weak and sanitizer from dispenser is too strong; utensils in dish room have debris build up; surface of soda machine has debris build up. *Follow-up inspection …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The entire menu is 20 percent off Thursday.
Thursday, the Florissant Dairy Queen on Lindbergh will be celebrating its 20th year in business and has a great deal for customers. During the day, customers will be able to take part of the anniversary celebration when the restaurant discounts 20 percent off the entire menu all day. This is only for the Florissant and Maryland Heights locations. Owner David Greer opened his first Dairy Queen on New Halls Ferry in 1992 and opened the Florissant location two years later. “I wanted to thank [customers] for a great 20 years,” he wrote in an email, “without them I couldn't have done it.” In March, the Lindbergh location was remodeled to a Grill and Chill location.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Commission considers new updated plans by Walmart, and Dairy Queen proposes new electronic sign.
Although Walmart awaits a decision on its proposed community improvement district (CID), its representatives presented its revamped plans to the Florissant Planning and Zoning Commission Monday night. THF Realty’s Jeff Otto presented the new plans, which included an increase in the store from 150,000 square feet to 166,000 square feet, an increase in parking spots and green space as well as the deletion of the outlot building. Otto also pointed out that instead of split-face block on one of the building’s sides, it had been revamped to be 100 percent brick. After limited questions from the commissioners, the commission unanimously approved the motion for recommendation to the City Council. The City Council will weigh the CID proposal for …
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Dairy Queen, Commercial Bank make their cases for changes to exterior.
Two presentations at the Florissant Planning and Zoning Commission meeting had two different outcomes on Monday night. Dairy Queen and Commercial Bank each presented during the meeting and faced concerns regarding sign changes as well as an almost one-hour conversation regarding masonry and the exterior insulation finishing system (EIFS) of Dairy Queen's building. Dennis Caldwell of Dale Signs returned on behalf of Commercial Bank to present his design to overhaul the current sign to become a 10-by-10 foot digital sign outside of the bank on Washington Street. Caldwell had originally presented the renovated sign to the commission at its Aug. 15 meeting but requested that he be allowed to discuss the concerns of the commission before …