Bugs. Dirty hands. Contaminated surfaces.
Are you getting more than you ordered when you eat out in Banning and Beaumont?
Complete food facility inspection results for both cities, including any violations for which an establishment was cited, can be found online at the Restaurant Grading page at the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health website.
There are three possible grades— A, B, and C. Scores from 90 to 100 earn the establishment an A grade. Violations that lower the score below 90 result in a downgrade.
A monthly report of places that didn’t make the cut can be found at the Food Facilities Downgrade page.
Downgraded facilities are required to raise their grade back to an A within a short period of time, according to the website.