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Dirty Dining March 7: Two restaurants have 7 major violations

PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Every week, CBS 5 News is sent a list of restaurants that have been recently inspected by Maricopa County's Environmental Services Department.

CBS 5 News selects five restaurants with some of the highest number of risk factors.

According to health inspectors, risk factors are considered major health code violations. For more details on the restaurant inspection scoring system, visit http://www.maricopa.gov/.

Dairy Queen
10799 N.W. Grand Ave.
Sun City
5 violations

Devil's Pizza Factory
920 E. University Dr.
Tempe
6 violations

Bangkok Bar B Q
13828 N. 51st Ave.
Glendale
6 violations

Ramiro's Mexican Restaurant
20799 N. 83rd Ave.
Peoria
7 violations

Salsita's
6538 W. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix
7 violations

Dean's List – Those with perfect scores

Dairy Queen
655 E. Southern Ave.
Mesa

Top Shelf
3301 W. Greenway Rd.
Phoenix

Siamese Kitchen
4352 W. Olive Ave.
Glendale

Roliberto's
12831 N. Cave Creek Rd.
Phoenix

Dilly's Deli
414 W. University Dr.
Tempe

Subway
3611 E. Baseline Rd.
Gilbert

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