Strip clubs in Atlanta are among the most popular part of the late night scene. From beautiful women to the latest trap music, Atlanta has the best and Magic City is at the top of that list. But this past week an important warning was issued about the club.
Magic City recently received a rating of 54 after health inspectors noted a series of violations. Apparently, the club does not use proper procedures when washing hands, as the report noted “no soap or paper towels at the bar hand sink.” The unsanitary nature continued with the club improperly washing dishes in a prep sink instead of taking them to be washed in a 3-comparment machine.
If you have eaten at Magic City, perhaps you enjoyed a fish sandwich or hot wings while enjoying a lap dance. If so, you should also be concerned about the improper storage of seafood above ready to eat chicken that was also noted by the inspectors. That twerking feeling in your stomach might be more than alcohol.
The blame starts somewhere and it seems to point to whomever was in charge of the kitchen. The inspectors noted that the “Person in charge does not demonstrate active managerial control.“ The violations continued throughout the report, including “a sour cream with severe mold build up stored in lower kitchen reach-in cooler.” Fortunately, there have been no reports of food poisoning from Magic City patrons.
The news of the failed report has spread across social media because of the clubs celebrity status. In 2015 GQ magazine called Magic City “the most important club in the most important city in the hip-hop industry.”
The Food Inspection Report from the Georgia Department of Health can be seen on the next page: