The new Jimboy’s Tacos restaurant in Fort Worth has got a perfect inspection
In the final round of Fort Worth restaurant inspections, which ran from August 29 to September 4, no restaurants were closed for serious health violations.
Hotel Drover at 200 Mule Alley and Jimboy’s Tacos at 9316 Clifford St. were the only perfect results from 67 inspections. Jimboy’s Tacos, a Northern California restaurant chain, recently opened its first location in Fort Worth.
While no restaurant scored more than 30 violations, Mexican Inn Cafe at 13155 South Freeway, Ninja Sushi and Grill at 4714 Southwest Loop 820, and Stop N Save at 1151 E. Seminary Drive received the most with 28 violations each.
Flies were seen in the kitchen of the Mexican Inn Cafe, the plumbing at Ninja Sushi and Grill was in poor condition, and inspection reports found dead cockroaches in the Stop N Save kitchen.
For Fort Worth inspections, a perfect score is 0, with the number increasing for each violation detected. Restaurants with 30 or more violations need to fix the worst problems immediately and clean up the rest within 48 hours.
Here are the inspection ratings and violations for restaurants within Fort Worth city limits for the week of August 29 to September 4, 2021. Ratings are based on an error system. If the total exceeds 30, the restaurant must immediately take corrective action on all identified critical violations and then has 48 hours to take corrective action on all other violations. To search the restaurant inspections, enter a keyword or restaurant name. You can also sort by score.