Chevy Turner’s signs on the wall tell her restaurant’s story–a local pizza place with a whole lot of get up n go.
"Hey, Chevy, car, it fits," said Turner.
But first, here’s a restaurant that needs to step it up this week.
Kuroshima at 140 West Hancock street scored a 79.
The stored raw shrimp over chocolate syrup, the eggs weren’t cold enough while they were stored, and the raw meat thawed in the wrong sink.
Other scores this week:
Spud Dogs on Cherry Street – 95
Taki Steak House on Zebulon Road – 95
Biscuits, Burgers and More on Georgia Highway 49 – 95
El Sombrero Mexican Grill on Pecan Lane – 99
Thibodeaux’s Cajun Country Cafe on Georgia Highway 49 – 98
Seoul House Korean Restaurant on Manor Court – 96
Shane’s Rib Shack on Watson Boulevard – 89
Sushi Thai on Watson Boulevard – 99
The Iron Peach on S. Houston Lake Road – 91
Buffington’s on West Hancock Street – 94
El Tequila on Garrett Way – 100
Good scores this week.
"Everything my dad’s ever owned has been a Chevrolet," said Turner.
Chevy has a few stories about where her name came from.
"To be honest, I couldn’t tell you," said Turner.
But where her restaurant came from is family.
"It just was kind of named after me and then, yet, some people don’t see it that way, because a lot of people don’t know that my actual name is Chevy," said Turner. "I think that it’s family owned and family run helps us a lot."
There’s pizza, subs and pasta on the menu.
And they have a perfect health inspection.
"Me as a person I wouldn’t want to go into a dirty restaurant and eat, because you know if the restaurant’s dirty and people are handling your food? No," said Turner.
Chevy’s is rollin’ toward makin the grade this week.