By: Paul Cuno-Booth, Sentinel Staff
If you own a restaurant in Keene, you can expect a visit from a health inspector about every six months. But cross into Swanzey, Marlborough or another neighboring town, and it’s a different story.
In those communities, as in much of New Hampshire, many restaurants routinely go two years between inspections.
Main Crust Co. in Marlborough and Jeanne’s Family Diner in Swanzey, for example, were both inspected in May 2017 and again in June 2019, according to state inspection data. Nick’s, a seafood and steak restaurant in Swanzey, was inspected in May 2017 and again in May 2019. On opening a brand-new space a few years ago, Audrey’s Cafe in Dublin was inspected twice, in August and October 2017. Another inspection wasn’t done until last month. (Each of the most recent inspections either had no violations or violations that were resolved on the spot, except for an issue with the configuration of a mop sink at Audrey’s.)
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