SAN ANTONIO – A South Side bakery cited for many violations by overall health inspectors decided it was superior to close the company than make all the needed corrections.

La Familia Bakery

La Familia Bakery, formerly situated in the 2300 block of South Flores Street, got a 77 on its current overall health inspection.

The inspector located the creating in such a state of disrepair that he wrote: “The kitchen would not be authorized for meals prep if applying for a license in this situation. Should make repairs.”

Ceiling panels have been hanging down or missing, there have been holes in the walls, soft spots on the floors and peeling paint. In addition, numerous plumbing repairs have been required.

A re-inspection was ordered.

When KSAT Investigates reporter Tim Gerber stopped by this week, he located not only was there no kitchen door, there was no bakery.

A contractor was carrying out demolition operate inside the creating.

When reached by telephone, the owner of the creating mentioned the bakery permanently closed in early March. He mentioned he’s now producing repairs to the creating, finding it prepared for a new company.

Culebra Meat Industry #7

Culebra Meat Industry #7 in the 3000 block of Blanco Road got a low score of 72.

Foods have been not becoming effectively cooled and refrigeration units and coolers weren’t cool adequate, major to some meals becoming thrown out.

Workers weren’t washing hands. These who have been employed the incorrect sink simply because the hand washing sink was located to be blocked.

The owner indicated he wanted a re-grade following the inspection but later named back and accepted the score.

A re-inspection was ordered.


Jim’s in the 300 block of Hildebrand got a 78.

Many little dead rodents have been located stuck on a glue trap. Many surfaces and gear required to be cleaned, and peeling paint required to be repaired.

A re-inspection was ordered, and the company was told to “remove all rodent droppings,” show proof of pest handle solutions and total a “thorough cleaning” of the company by that time.

Very good Time Charlie’s

Very good Time Charlie’s situated in the 2900 block of Broadway earned an 87 on their February inspection.

The inspector saw “small roaches crawl out from behind the vent hood.”

The very same vent hood required to be removed for cleaning. Meals debris in coolers and freezers required to removed and so did the grease buildup at the fry station.

Knives have been stored with meals debris, and raw meats have been becoming improperly stored subsequent to each and every other.

Score Guide:

one hundred-90 = A (Incredibly Very good to Acceptable)

89-80 = B (Acceptable to Marginal)

79 or decrease = C (Marginal to Poor)

*Metro Wellness indicates that scores of 69 or decrease are failing scores

Other scores from this week of inspections:

Pizza Hut, one hundred

627 Bandera Rd


Chipotle Mexican Grill, one hundred

190 W Bitters Rd


Shipley Do-Nuts, one hundred

20711 Wilderness Oak


Whataburger, one hundred

23522 Wilderness Oak


Artea Bubble Tea + Eats, one hundred

7010 W Loop 1604 N


Pepe’s Barbacoa #eight, 99

13790 Watson Rd


Palenque Grill, 98

15900 La Cantera Parkway


Pizza Patron #139, 97

13909 Nacogdoches Rd


Texas de Brazil, 96

313 E Houston St


Taqueria Jimador, 95

1106 Vance Jackson


3 Amigos, 94

303 NW 36th St


Asoko Sushi, 93

12055 Vance Jackson


Restaurant Gwendolyn LLC, 92

1017 N Flores St


Pig Stand #29, 91

1508 Broadway


R &amp S Dairy Queen, 90

9726 Perrin Beitel

Want to know who has excellent scores and who does not? KSAT 12 has a new tool for that.

Just click this hyperlink, and it will take you to a new mapping tool we have displaying the current scores for San Antonio meals companies.

The reports go back six months and are regularly updated.

You can catch Tim’s BKD reports Thursdays on the Nightbeat.


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