Many Dallas Restaurants Fail Inspection; Check List of all Closed Restaurants

Dallas, TX: According to the Dallas city data, one restaurant closed, four failed, and the most recent Dallas inspections revealed rat droppings and bugs in many such restaurants.

Dallas inspections use a 100-point methodology. A score of 90-100 is considered extremely good, and the next check is the standard six-month interval. Scores ranging from 80 to 89 are regarded as good for the next six-month assessment window. Passing scores range from 70 to 79 and require a re-inspection within thirty days. Scores between 60 and 69 indicate failure and need either closure or a follow-up examination within 10 days. Scores less than 60 are unacceptable and require closure and inspection before reopening.

Failed Restaurants:

  • Salam Super Market at 9780 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, 60
  • Buckner Shell at 2438 South Buckner Blvd, 65
  • Micheladas Restaurant at 2828 Webb Chapel Extension, 67
  • Okey Resto Bar at 14902 Preston Road, 69

Rat and rodent droppings were documented at:

  • Pleasant Grove Meat Market at 6923 Scyene Road, 80
  • Tuyet Tofu at 9780 Walnut Street, 81

Roaches and Bugs were observed at:

  • Pera Wine & Tapas at 6006 Beltline Road
  • Restaurante & Panaderia Latina at 3221 W. Davis Street

Re-inspection Notice For:

  • Pera Wine & Tapas at 6006 Beltline Road, 71
  • Brothers Mart And Bakery at 9205 Skillman Street, 73
  • Dunston’s Steakhouse at 5423 W. Lovers Lane, 73
  • Waffle House at 3818 W. Illinois Ave., 77
  • Que Buen Taco at 8131 Bruton Road, 77
  • Restaurante & Panaderia Latina at 3221 W. Davis Street, 78
  • Ronnie’s Catfish And More at 10729 Audelia Road, 78
  • Catfish Floyd’s at 710 E. Ann Arbor Ave., 79
  • Panaderia Y Restaurante Morazan at 426 W. Jefferson Blvd., 79
  • Time Food Mart at 4418 S. Marsalis Ave., 79

There were 430 inspections between December 15 and January 14. The City Authority will again reinspect these restaurants.

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