Health Inspection Scores, October 2013

November 13, 2013
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Food service health inspection scores are posted monthly by the city of Granbury.

Inspections occur about twice a year, not all businesses are inspected each month. Each violation has a demerit value, and this is subtracted from 100 to give the inspection score.

Restaurants with a failing score of 59 or below are closed immediately and must be re-inspected before opening.

The inspections are to prevent illness and ensure proper compliance with food safety laws at all establishments in Granbury.

Scoring range/required action

100 – 90

A: Very good (continue with regular inspection schedule)

89 – 80

B: Good (continue with regular inspection schedule)

79 – 70

C: Passing (requires increased inspection frequency)

69 – 60

D: Failing (requires a compliance inspection within 48 hours)

59 and below

Unacceptable (requires immediate closure and re-inspection before reopening)


Acton Donuts 94

Courtyards at Lake Granbury 97

Harbor Lakes Clubhouse 94

Best Western 100

Great American Grill- Hilton 93

Don Melquia’s 94

Nettie Baccus Elementary 97

Grumps 97

Farina’s 100

McDonald’s- Morgan St. 87

Subway- Morgan St 96

Emma Roberson Elementary 100

Brawner Intermediate 100

Casserolies 100

Crossland Ninth Grade 97

Granbury High School 100

Paradise Bistro & Coffee Co 86

Joe’s 97

Panda Express 91

Granbury Middle School 97

Whataburger 91

Taco Bell 90

Oakwoods Elementary 97

Acton Middle School 97

Hood County Senior Center 100

Sushi YA- HEB Dewey’s 94

HEB Seafood 97

HEB Meats 94

HEB Bakery 94

HEB Deli 97

HEB- Grocery/ Produce 100

Hood County Jail 100

Racetrac #280 94

Granbury Regional

Justice Center 100

Premier Middle School 100

Granbury Villa 97

Lake Granbury

Medical Center 100

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