Restaurant Food Scores
establishments are inspected by a licensed professional by the Texas Department of
State Health Services once every 6 months. Scores only represent a snapshot of the facility at the time of inspection.
On June 25, 2018 the Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee recommended to move forward with a proposal to change the frequency of inspections to a risk-based model. Full Council passed the item on August 8, 2018. Changes will be implemented October 1, 2018. Click HERE for more information.
100-80 (Meets Consumer Health Division standards)
79-70 (Requires follow-up inspection within 30 days)
69-60 (Requires follow-up inspection within 10 days)
59 and below (Requires follow-up inspection within 24 hours)
Under City of Dallas
Ordinance Sec. 17-10.2(b) a food establishment shall provide a copy of the most recent inspection report to any customer or potential customer upon request. To see up-to-date food scores please see the
City of Dallas Open Data Portal.