How have Portland, Oregon restaurants fared since 2014?
By Justin Palmer. Updated .
Every restaurant in Portland receives at least two unannounced visits from
Multnomah County health inspectors a year. Restaurants receive citations for everything
from the seemingly mundane lack of an asterick next to steaks on the menu,
notifying customers that they are "cooked to order," to the more egregious
"cooked pig intestines hanging over sinks." While the majority of restaurants
received high marks, the ones that didn't might suprise you.
A 90-100 score
B 80-89 score
C 70-79 score
Latest inspection scores. Locations are approximate. Does not include food carts as they are inspected, but not scored.
The vast majority of restaurants received high marks
Inspections per week.
Reinspections not scored
Nine restaurants have failed since 2014, but went on to pass during reinspection