Short North Restaurant Receives Clean Report After Health Code Violation

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Betty’s Fine Food & Spirits received a white sticker on Wednesday after a health code violation last month.

Betty’s, located at 680 N. High St., received a yellow warning last month after Columbus Public Health officials said that the restaurant had a critical violation.

Harold LaRue of the Columbus Food League, the organization that oversees Betty’s, said that there were issues with the cooling system and temperate control.

Columbus Public Health officials said on Wednesday that the restaurant had corrected the issues and would be closely monitored for the next 120 days.

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