Downtown restaurant cited for dusty fridge and food storage issues

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SAN ANTONIO – A downtown restaurant was dismantled last month after a city health inspector discovered a dusty fan inside a refrigerator.

Guillermo’s, located in the 600 block of McCullough Ave., received a score of 81 and was also cited for failing to store food in a way that prevents possible contamination, according to Metropolitan Health records.

The restaurant was also rung for leaving the bins uncovered.

  • 100-90 = A (very good to fair)

  • 89-80 = B (Acceptable to Marginal)

  • 79 or less = C (marginal to poor)

  • Metro Health indicates that scores of 69 or less are failing scores.

  • Cava, 999 E. Bass, 100

  • Taco Cabana, 19231 Stone Oak Pkwy., 100

  • Bobalicious, 4961 NW Loop 410, 98

  • Whataburger, 4635 Rittiman Road, 98

  • Chechos Grill, 8014 Crosscreek, 96

  • Osaka Japanese Steak & Sushi, 11851 Bandera Rd., 94

  • Fralo’s, 23651 IH 10 West, 93

  • Fruteria Tres Hermanos, 3206 West Ave., 93

  • La Popular Bakery, 4235 Culebra Road, 92

  • Café Rosa, 2034 Lower Road, 91

  • The Pasta Bar, 4138 S. New Braunfels, 91

  • Taqueria Anahuac, 3735 SW Military Dr., 91

  • Vegan Avenue, 2512 N. Main Ave., 89

  • Pretzel Time, 6301 NW Loop 410, 88

  • El Manantial Mexican Restaurant, 1136 W. Hildebrand, 85

  • Natalie’s Mexican Cafe, 610 Cupples Rd., 83

  • El Tequila Mexican Restaurant, 7628 Marbach Road, 82

  • Golden Wok, 8822 Wurzbach Road, 82

  • Guillermo’s, 618 McCullough Ave, 81

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