Brickhouse Tavern receives health inspection Nov. 1
Brickhouse Tavern underwent a routine Virginia Department of Health inspection Nov. 1.
No violations were found during the inspection.
Inspections are scheduled to take place one to four times per year depending on variables such as menu complexity, how much food is made in advance versus cooked-to-order, and how much food is made from raw products, according to the Virginia Department of Health website. Critical violations, if left uncorrected, are more likely than other violations to directly contribute to food contamination, environmental degradation or illness. Non-critical violations are not directly related to causing food-borne illness.
This information was obtained from inspection reports from the Virginia Department of Health. To read the reports in full, go to www.vdh.state.va.us and select "Restaurant Inspections" in the Quick Links section, then the desired city. Enter the restaurant's name in the search field.
Brickhouse Tavern is at 141 Herman Melville Ave., Newport News.