The Red-Eyed Pig on Centre Street passed its health inspection earlier this month just weeks after it received violations from the City's Board of Health.
On Friday, October 4, the West Roxbury barbecue restaurant received passing grades in all 11 categories critiqued by the Board of Health.
The restaurant had clean surfaces, food kept at the proper temperatures, and properly maintained premises, according to the inspection.
The high grades, come after the City of Boston Health Inspection gave the restaurant several violations on Sept. 19 and determined that a re-inspection was required.
During the Sept. 19 inspection, the restaurant was given a violation for keeping their beans at 49 degrees and pulled pork at 71 degrees when the temperature of each item was ordered to be properly stored at 41 degrees or below. Inspectors also found evidence of rodent droppings from the floor area under grated shelving and loose worn steps heading to the restaurant's basement.