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The City of Granbury released the March 2021 Food Service Establishment Health Scores for more than a dozen sites, including the Hood County Jail. The City’s Public Health Inspector examines all food establishments within city limits, including full-service restaurants, fast food establishments, gas stations, daycares and schools.
Inspections are conducted 2-4 times annually, with scores ranging from 0 to 100 demerits. A score of 100 indicates a perfect score, while 70 indicates serious conditions that need to be corrected. It is important to remember that scores represent only a snapshot of the facility when the inspector arrived. The conditions could be better or worse while an inspector is not present.
Scores from the March inspections ranged from two perfect scores of 100 to scores as low as 70. This month’s scores were:
3/1 El Gallo De Oro 84
3/1 Mesquite Pit 79
3/10 China Café 90
3/10 Tommy’s (321 Morgan St.) 84
3/11 Hood County Jail 99
3/11 Tribal Coalition Coffee 100
3/15 McDonalds (US Hwy 377) 97
3/15 Carniceria Cara Blanca 70
3/22 Pizza Hut 77
3/22 Palio’s 72
3/23 Lil’ Pirates Daycare 91
3/23 Dollar Tree 98
3/25 Weatherby’s 82
3/25 Anise 100
3/26 The Lime 94
3/26 Lakestone Terrace 92
These inspections are part of the Health Department's overall mission to assist the citizens of Granbury in achieving a state of wellness through public health service and education programs. For questions or more information, please contact Granbury Public Information Officer Alex Southern at 817-573-6764 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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