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St. Charles County Restaurant Inspection Roundup

Check out the most recent food inspection reports from St. Charles County Health Department.

St. Charles County Department of Community Health and the Environment regularly inspects food service establishments throughout St. Charles County, except for within limits of St. Peters.

Businesses are inspected one to four times a year or after public complaints. "Lower-risk" places, like gas-stations that serve pre-packaged foods, are inspected less often than "higher-risk" places, like a restaurant, said Doug Bolnick, spokesman for the health department.

The establishments begin with a score of 100 and points are deducted based on the severity of problems observed. According to the department's website, a low score does not mean the restaurant was unsafe on the day of the inspection.

"A place could have just one deficiency that garners a relatively 'high' score out of 100, but that the problem is so critical, it forces immediate action – while another may have two or three non-critical deficiencies that would give that provider a lower total score," said Bolnick.

Below, find links to stories featuring inspections of restaurants throughout the county. To look up other scores, visit the health department's Food Inspection page

St. Charles 

  • Restaurant Inspections: See How Tony's On Main Rated
  • Restaurant Inspections: See Which Restaurant Scored a 78

Lake Saint Louis/Dardenne Prairie/New Melle

Wentzville

O'Fallon

Cottleville

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