No closures in Tarrant County restaurant health inspections
No restaurants were closed during health inspections conducted across Tarrant County between September 7 and 11, according to Tarrant County Health Department data compiled by the Star-Telegram.
The Tarrant County Department of Health conducts restaurant inspections throughout the county, with the exception of Fort Worth, Arlington, Euless, and North Richland Hills.
Inspectors visited 116 restaurants during the last published inspection period, including follow-ups at Chuys in Richland Hills and a Taco Bueno in Watauga.
Both restaurants have been allowed to reopen.
Tarrant County restaurant inspections judge establishments on a system of unfitness. Any catering establishment that scores more than 29 demerit points requires a follow-up inspection. No serious health violations were noted by inspectors during this period of inspection of the restaurant.
This story was originally published September 19, 2021 4:35 am.