Cafe Lily Scores 73 On Health Inspection

Patch rounds up some recent health inspection scores for Decatur and Avondale Estates establishments.


Here are some recent health inspection scores performed by the DeKalb County Board of Health for establishments in our community. Readers can click on the score to see the actual report:

308 W. Ponce de Leon Avenue
Date: 8/9/12
Score: 73

627 E. College Avenue
Date: 8/14/12
Score: 92

2595 N. Decatur Road
Date: 8/9/12
Score: 86

123 Sycamore Street
Date: 8/16/12
Score: 81

Jonathan Belcher August 24, 2012 at 01:49 PM
Amazing, Cafe Lily scores 73 on It's health inspection and placed in 3 best of categories. Never been there, never will with that kind of score. Wonder how your readers will feel about their voting, when they see this score? Wish you had a score on the president. I'd give Obama a 45 and that's being generous. How many small businesses have closed during his reign?
Cass Catroppa August 24, 2012 at 02:28 PM
Check your info. Cafe Lily and Figo scores are reversed as shown on the next page. Which page is correct?
Kathy ballard August 24, 2012 at 03:14 PM
What have you done to change the world in any manner, how likely would you score on a scale of netural to grey?
Ralph Ellis August 24, 2012 at 03:50 PM
Cass Catroppa, the scores on this page are correct and the latest scores. If you click on link to Cafe Lily, you are taken to a March 30, 2012, story about inspections in which the restaurants had different scores.
swagger August 24, 2012 at 05:34 PM
Where do you eat, Johnathan?
Jonathan Belcher August 24, 2012 at 11:36 PM
Thanks for asking Kathy. I can tell you what I have not done. I have never used openly communist and socialist tactics to separate or vilify others based on socioeconomics race, religion, or someone's family history. My family has owned a small business in Avondale since 1947. My father was adopted into 7 different tribes for his work with native people. I studied Russian language and culture throughout my high school years and into college. I went with Jimmy Carters friendship force to take medical supplies to Russia and spent 3 months there in 92 right after the coup. I wish more Americans could know these wonderful people and how kind they are in spite of an oppressive government that promised them the world and gave them a pebble. Our country unfortunately is following this same dead end path. I have carried on his legacy of running the business he started and educating many varied groups of people about native people. School children, military bases, civic groups and many others have seemed out our families knowledge of Native peoples and their art and culture. Come by and see us in Avondale any time you would like. We would love to have you.
Jonathan Belcher August 24, 2012 at 11:49 PM
Many different places, however if the score is below 80. I'm not going to pay them to give me the trotskys.
JG August 25, 2012 at 10:34 PM
Wow Jonathan, you are awesome. What an ego, wowsers. You have had real world impact. Now get a grip!
Jonathan Belcher August 26, 2012 at 02:14 PM
JG, thanks for the comment. Kathy asked me a ? ,and I was happy to answer her. My ego is nowhere near our Presidents, I hear he needs a separate limo to drive his ego around. Please come by our Native American gallery in Avondale, the oldest family owned business in Avondale. I'll be happy to show you my grip. Our family has been blessed to work with the smallest, least represented minority in our country. I think if you saw our gallery and the beautiful hand made all American items we offer, you might just eat your words. Your welcome anytime.
Ralph Ellis August 26, 2012 at 02:21 PM
Jonathan and others, thanks for the comments but please don't go off-subject too far.
s. Smith August 28, 2012 at 07:42 PM
Jonathon, I am impressed by your work and your effort to run your small business in these economic times. My husband also runs a small business(accounting) in Decatur, and has had a very rough go the last 4 years. He's lost business to companies who want their own salaried accountants to do the work overtime,holding on to money they think they may need for rising costs like new healthcare. It's tough to get new companies to sign on, too. Looking forward toi the election to voice our concerns. Good luck to you, and I hope to have the opportunity to visit your business soon next time I'm in Decatur.


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