Instantly find out if restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Monterey, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties have received a clean bill of health from the local Health Department.
Want to make sure the restaurant you’re going to is safely storing and preparing its food so you won’t get sick? This free app from Contra Costa Health Services lets you do just that. FoodInspector gives you access to inspection results for thousands of food facilities in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Alameda County, Contra Costa County and Monterey County. Search for a restaurant by name to see whether it has been cited for health violations or use the “Near Me” button to inspect eateries close to your current location. You can also do a quick search to see which restaurants have been ordered to temporarily close their doors to correct health violations.
•Inspection results for thousands of restaurants and food facilities in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Contra Costa, Monterey, Alameda, Sacramento San Joaquin, and San Bernardino counties
•Search by restaurant or business name
•See inspection results for restaurants and food facilities near your current location
•Find out which establishments in your area have been ordered to temporarily close their doors to correct health violations
•Map a restaurant’s location
•Display a list of restaurants you’ve recently searched
•Tap a listed violation for a detailed explanation
•Inspections are typically uploaded one week after completion. Closure information updated daily
-Los Angeles, San Francisco, cities and unincorporated areas in Alameda, Contra Costa and Monterey counties, including: Alameda, Antioch, Brentwood, Concord, Danville, El Cerrito, Fremont, Hercules, Lafayette, Monterey, Moraga, Oakland, Orinda, Piedmont, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, Walnut Creek
Trained food-safety specialists from local health departments conduct thousands of restaurant inspections every year to prevent foodborne illnesses. Health inspectors regularly make unannounced visits to eateries to determine whether those businesses are, among other things, preparing and storing food safely and keeping their facilities sanitary and vermin-free.
For more information about Contra Costa Health Services’ restaurant inspection program, visit cchealth.org/eh/retail-food