Employee touching hair then preparing food leads to failed inspection.

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“SAN ANTONIO – A sushi restaurant in the Blue Star complex failed a city health inspection last month after an employee was seen touching their hair then continuing food preparation work. The inspector also noted that the restaurant needed, “an overall cleaning and organizing of personal and establishment food and dish wares.”

“Metropolitan Health Department records confirm that Sukeban had corrected all of its violations.”

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How Restaurants Are Winning Over The Youngest Diners

“Kids menus—particularly at chain restaurants—have taken a beating for being unhealthy, uninteresting and unevolved. But while parents have pushed for the elimination of sugary soft drinks and the addition of fruit and veggies, it’s not just healthier menu choices that make a restaurant kid-friendly. Service, ambiance and the dining experience as a whole matter to parents and their children—especially the largest group of parents: millennials.”

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