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Gianino's, O'Leary's, Mile 277 Inspected in October

See how your favorite Lindbergh Boulevard restaurants fared on St. Louis County Department of Health inspections.

Restaurant inspections in Sunset Hills and Crestwood 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 Oct. 1-10.

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.

Gianino’s, 3735 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
Inspection date: Oct. 9
Grade: A (99) 
Comments: Food-related items in the storeroom must be kept at least six inches off the floor.

Mile 277, 10701 Watson Rd.
Inspection date: Oct. 4
Grade: A (100)
Comments: A customer contacted the Health Department believing he was made sick by fruit added to his drink. The complaint was discussed with the kitchen manager, as well as manager on duty. Employees are responsible for the preparation and disposal of fruit during their shift.
No other customers or employees have complained of illness, according to the report.

O’Leary’s, 3823 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
Inspection date: Oct. 9
Grade: A (96)
Comments: A follow-up inspection has been scheduled for the restaurant.

Yogurtland, 1530 S. Kirkwood Rd.
Inspection date: Oct. 3
Grade: A (100)
Comments: Two items were corrected from a previous inspection on Sept. 20. 

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