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Restaurant and Food Establishment Inspections by the Washoe County Health District

If in doubt, check the report before dining out

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Restaurant and food establishment inspection reports are provided by the Washoe County Health District. You can search for report scores on restaurants and other food establishments that serve and sell food throughout Washoe County.

To get an inspection report, go to "Food Establishment Inspection Results" to download the Washoe Eats app, available for both iPhone and Android. For more information on what's involved with inspections, go to "Food Establishment Inspection Process." Inspection findings may result in a Pass, Conditional Pass, or Closed status.

Washoe County restaurant, food establishment inspections No more than one critical violation observed during the inspection, with violation to be corrected or mitigated during the inspection.
Washoe County restaurant, food establishment inspections Two or more critical violations observed during the inspection, with violations to be corrected or mitigated during the inspection. A reinspection is conducted within 24 to 72 hours to verify critical violations remain corrected.
Washoe County restaurant, food establishment inspections A substantial health hazard exists. If it is determined that there is a risk of imminent danger to the public, the Health Authority will suspend the health permit and the establishment must immediately cease foodservice operations.

Source: Washoe County Health District.

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