North Side Mexican restaurant flunks health inspection after employee used same cloth to wipe hands, food prep surfaces

La Comarca Mexican Restaurant issued score of 64 from Metro Health

La Comarca Mexican Restaurant, located in the 5100 block of West Avenue, received a 64 after accruing other health code violations that included food debris on dry-bulk containers and prepared food that was stored on the floor without a proper cover.
La Comarca Mexican Restaurant, located in the 5100 block of West Avenue, received a 64 after accruing other health code violations that included food debris on dry-bulk containers and prepared food that was stored on the floor without a proper cover. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – A north San Antonio Mexican restaurant received a failing health score late last month after a city inspector saw an employee use the same cloth to wipe their hands and food preparation surfaces, according to a Metro Health inspection report.

La Comarca Mexican Restaurant, located in the 5100 block of West Avenue, received a 64 after accruing other health code violations that included food debris on dry-bulk containers and prepared food that was stored on the floor without a proper cover.

Las Minas, located in the 3800 block of Blanco Rd., received a failing score of 69 late last month after being cited for having leaky faucets in one of its restrooms.

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Score Guide:

  • 100-90 = A (Very Good to Acceptable)
  • 89-80 = B (Acceptable to Marginal)
  • 79 or lower = C (Marginal to Poor)

Metro Health indicates that scores of 69 or lower are failing scores

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