Find out which restaurants made the grade, in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
News 3 has the grades.
To view the scores, click here.
The Brazos County Health Department does each of the reports and their scoring is based on a rundown sheet. One of the biggest infractions include having food not kept at the right temperature. In all there are 27 different violations.
A "No Score" (N/S) can be given at restaurant openings, field or complaint investigations, and follow-up inspections.
P/S or permit suspended happens after a restaurant scores lower than a 70 or if the Health Department deems the restaurant a health risk. A massive infestation of insects or no hot water will automatically close a restaurant down.
Keep in mind, every restaurant in the county must post their most recent score near the entrance of the eatery. Look for a yellow sheet of paper in a frame next time you go into a restaurant. There, you'll see how the place you're about to eat at did on their score.
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