ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – On Main Street in downtown Woodstock, a popular gastropub has received an unpopular health report.

Salt Factory Pub failed with 64 points and a “U” for unsatisfactory. The report says there was mold inside the ice machine. Also the employees didn’t wash their hands with soap and there was an abundance of flies in the kitchen constantly landing on food, utensils and plates.

CBS46 attempted to ask management about the violations, but an employee told us that officials were in a meeting.

“I’m sorry but all of our managers are in a meeting and no one is available to speak at this time,” said a Salt Factory Pub employee.

When asked where the failing health inspection report was posted in the restaurant, an employee gave us no comment.

There are several other scores to report around metro Atlanta. In Fulton County, Chili’s on North Point Parkway in Alpharetta scored 91 points. In Cobb County, Stoney River at the Cumberland Mall in Atlanta scored 96 points. In Gwinnett County, Marco’s Pizza on Grayson Highway in Grayson scored 99 points.

And at Brandi’s World-Famous Hot Dogs on Tennessee Street in Cartersville, they scored a 100 on their last health inspection. Congratulations, they are this week’s Golden Spatula Award winner. They have been around for about 20 years and they are family owned and operated.

People line up to enter the restaurant because it’s all about the red dogs and their secret spicy chili sauce. You might want to try chili dog, slaw dog, chili cheese dog, fries, onion rings and chili cheese slaw burger and you can top it with apple pie and wash it down with sweet tea. Boy, it’s good!

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