Dine Roundup: Zoroona adds catering menu; Health scores app released

The Hallume Fried Cheese at Zoroona will also be on the menu at its neighboring hookah lounge and café. Photo by Amy Shutt

Zoroona, a Mediterranean grill on Siegen Lane, released a catering menu last week. The menu features kabob, pasta, wrap and dessert trays for parties of up to 10 people. Also on the menu is personal boxes, which come with your choice of chicken, gyros or falafel wrap, white or wheat pita, one side and baklava. For more information, click here.

What the Health app scores Louisiana inspections
A new app, dubbed What the Health, was released last week. The app is available for free download on iPhone and Android devices. Augusta, Georgia, natives Chris Peoples and Jake Van Dyke created the app, which shows consumers health inspection reports and uses a letter grade system and 0-100 score for each establishment based on the report. By using your location, the app pulls in some of the closest restaurants, stores and other businesses that are inspected by the the state Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH). However, the DHH does not grade establishments with a letter or numerical scale. So, once you tap on a place, you’ll see a list of violations. The app does not specify if the violations are critical or non-critical, unlike the DHH’s inspection reports available at Eat Safe. For more information on the app, click here.

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