Should I be concerned about eating at a place with a failing inspection?
No. Any establishment can have an off day. A failing inspection means there were too many violations at that point in time. It doesn’t mean it’s a bad place. It just means they need to fix the issues sooner rather than later and it warrants a follow-up visit. By the time you read an inspection report, the critical violations have been corrected and the non-critical violations are well on their way, if not completely corrected too.

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1. Have you recently been ill?
2. Need to reach a Health Inspector?
3. Why are there inspection reports for only some of the restaurants?
4. Why are there no reports for grocery stores, gas stations, convenience stores, and markets?
5. What does the inspection report mean?
6. How do I interpret the report?
7. How many violations result in a failing inspection?
8. Should I be concerned about eating at a place with a failing inspection?
9. Where do complaints come from?