Find out which restaurants made the grade, in this week's Restaurant Report Card.
News 3's Shane McAuliffe 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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