Check out the round-up of Ballwin and Ellisville restaurants and see how they make the grade.
Restaurant inspections in Ballwin and Ellisville are conducted by the St. Louis County Department of Health. Patch has a summary of the public reports affecting area eating and drinking establishments reviewed in the months of July and August. Grade rankings range from A (highest) to C (lowest). Report comments and explanations are provided in Patch's summary. Follow-up inspections are noted, other visits are routine. Asian House, 1374 Clarkson Clayton Center Inspection date: August 8 Grade: A (94) Raw chicken stored on top of soy sauce containers Large gap around door frame and door junctures Cold table not holding product at proper temperature Sink drain pipes are leaking Wet mops stored in buckets, not stored to dry Follow-up inspection…
The butcher shop boasts to be the only of its kind within 10 miles of the Ballwin-Ellisville area.
C & C Butcher Shop on Manchester Road commemmorated its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 23. Shop owner Bill Torre said he's heard "people are happy" since C & C is the only butcher shop within 10 miles of the area. "We're small and we're competitive with grocery prices," Torre said, adding that their Boar's Head meats are about $1 less per pound than Schnucks. Torre said C & C's specialty is marinated steak tips, offering "great custom meats" and USDA quality. "We hope customers will come out and support the smaller business," Torre told Patch. So where did the name "C & C" come from? Torre said it's named after his two sons, whose names begin with "C." The shop officially opened July 26 in Tammy Square at 15634 Manchester Road.