MIDLAND-ODESSA, TX (KWES) - The week after Thanksgiving was an easy one for health inspectors in Odessa, and a busy one for inspectors in Midland. There were two top performers and no low performers in Odessa. But in Midland, there were no top performers and three low performers.
Buffalo Wild Wings at 5107 W. Wadley Ave. in Midland was cited for the following:
- Food containers not dated or labeled
- Open container of raw chicken wings
- Open box of fries in freezer
- Boxes of food found on floor of freezer
- No thermometer found in reach-in freezer
This resulted in the health inspector deducting 15 points from Buffalo Wild Wings.
Diego Mexican Food at 1411 N. Lamesa Rd. in Midland was cited for the following:
- Open containers of food in cooler
- Uncovered bins of rice, onions & beans
- Uncovered container of flautas
- Water at ware wash & hand wash sink not warm enough
- Asado in cooler not kept at proper temperature
- No thermometers in reach-in cooler/freezer
This resulted in the health inspector deducting 20 points from Diego Mexican Food.
Jumburrito at 2101 W. Wadley Ave. in Midland was cited for the following:
- Open container of salt
- Scoop found inside salt container
- Ice scoop found on top of coke drain
- Insufficient hot water at ware wash & hand wash sink
- No thermometer for reach-in cooler
This resulted in the health inspector deducting 15 points from Jumburrito. However, the health inspector did note that the restaurant was nice and clean.
As we mentioned, there were two places in Odessa that had perfect scores. Here's a look at Odessa's top performers:
- Amigo's Mexican Food (6211 Andrews Hwy.)
- 7-Eleven #163 (317 N. Dixie Blvd.)
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