Food Establishment Grades

City-County Environmental Health Department

Food Establishment Inspection Grades

Food Service inspections are conducted on a quarterly schedule per year based on the risk category to insure compliance with the Texas Food Service Establishment Regulations and local food sanitation ordinances. Risk levels include low, moderate and high risk. Establishment scoring is based on a demerit system, as per The Texas Food Establishment Rules. There are two types of violations.  Critical violations are 5 and 4 points demerits per violation and non-critical violations are 3 points demerit violations.

Critical Violations are improper practices and actions that directly contribute to food contamination and temperature abuse that may pose a potential risk to the public health, resulting in food borne illness. Critical violations must be corrected immediately or as directed by the Health Department.

Non critical violations are unacceptable practices that normally relate to the physical condition of an establishment, including equipment, cleaning and storage. Non Critical violations must be corrected before the next routine inspection or as directed by the Health Department.

New food establishment scores will be updated every two weeks by the Health Department.


New Food Establishment Inspection Scores


Jan. 22-26, 2018

Christus Spohn Health 97   Javelina Bookstore 98
McDonald’s #3 98   TAMUK – Catering 96
Our Lady of Good Counsel 100   TAMUK – Chic-Fil-A 96
5 O’s Country Side Store 100   TAMUK – Subway 98
Taiwan Restaurant 96   TAMUK – Starbucks 98
Boat & Net 99   Yum-my Snack Shack 100
McDonald’s (14th) 100   El Corral Tex Mex Restaurant 95
Mexico Grill 100   Gerardo’s 91
Kentucky Fried Chicken 94   Spice Station Indian Cuisine 92
Pepe’s Patio (Riviera) 98   Agave Jalisco #4 (Riviera) 93
The Ice Cream Place #1 100   Dairy Queen (Kingsville) 93
El Tapatio (Ricardo) 100   Stripe’s #2201 98
Casa de Tacos 94