2 Chainz Fires Managers After Restaurant Fails
2 Chainz is cleaning house after his Escobar Restaurant & Tapas failed a health inspection. Reportedly, he has fired 5 managers from the Atlanta restaurant, and hired new management that have more experience.
As previously reported, officials advised the establishment to increase their frequency of cleaning. They scored a 59/U following the evaluation. 69 and below is considered failing. Officials observed the person in charge was,
not demonstrating knowledge in several food-borne illness risk factors.
According to the report, there was an ice machine with red and black mold-like substances inside.
Expired milk and raw hamburgers stored over collard greens were also reported.
The Atlanta restaurant opened in December and is co-owned by 2 Chainz and entrepreneur Mychel “Snoop” Dillard. Reportedly, Andrews acknowledged the new restaurant encountered some challenges and shortcomings, but said they have addressed them and look forward to the re-inspection.
A rep for 2 Chainz says they’ve
made major changes to continue to be champions of food safety, service and just plain good food.