Highest scoring

R Spot: 100

Taj Palace Indian Cuisine: 100

Sno-Cap Drive-In (Sisters): 100

St. Charles Medical Center Deli: 100

Sisters Market and Eatery: 100

Happy Wok Asian Food: 100

Si! Fresh Delights (Centennial Park): 100

Applebees (Redmond): 100

The Good Day Cafe: 100

Blondies Pizza: 100

McDonald’s of Bend (North): 100

McDonald’s (East): 100

Quality Inn: 100

Rimrock Taphouse: 100

Best Western Plus Rama Inn: 100

Cody’s Catering and Cook Shack: 100

Zydeco Kitchen and Cocktails: 100

Comfort Suites (Redmond): 100

Brickhouse (Redmond): 100

City Center Foursquare Church: 100

Taco Bell (La Pine): 100

Hilton Garden Inn: 100

Dutch Bros Coffee Co. (NE U.S. Highway 20): 100

Lowest scoring

Broken Top Bottle Shop and Ale Cafe: 75 — Raw shell eggs are stored over mayonnaise bucket. A few items in hot holding unit measured at 110 degrees, after being reheated in microwave. Cooked pork belly date marked one week prior to inspection. No sanitizer in kitchen dish machine. Beef defrosting at room temperature.

Tacos El Comal: 78 — Raw chorizo stored over ready to eat food. No chlorine in facility. Fries and cooked chicken not properly date marked. Thermometer not calibrated. Hand sink in kitchen was blocked.

Sisters Saloon and Ranch Grill: 82 — Eggs at 65 degrees, eggs scrambled with spinach at 75 degrees. Butter held at 68 degrees for unknown time. Noodles, spaghetti and potatoes sauce in walk-in dated a week and a half prior to inspection. Spray bottles were not labeled. Ice scoops stored on top of ice machine. Racks in walk-in are dirty.

The Willow Bar and Grill: 84 — Raw chicken fried steak on sheet tray of freezer over ice cream and other ready to eat foods. Sushi grade ahi in vacuum sealed packaging dated over a week before inspection (date pulled from freezer). Prawns marked with consumer advisory not needed; ahi poke nachos not marked with any reminder or disclosure. Outdoor smoker in use with hand-washing station in an insulated jug frozen and with no bucket to catch wastewater.

The Hideaway Tavern: 85 — Date marking system unclear and many items past date mark including: sliced ham (two weeks), caramelized onions (one week), olives (one week), sopa (two weeks). Some house made dressings and sauces also past pull date. Foods not labeled with pull date were pulled from freezer. Food prep sink directly connected to sewage system. Dry wiping cloth used to line pan holding cheese. Interior of microwave, shelves throughout kitchen and mixer for pizza dough with build up of food debris.

Health inspections were conducted by the Deschutes County Public Health Department and reflect violations observed at inspection. The violations can range from general sanitation and maintenance to violations that have a direct connection to preventing foodborne illness to violations in procedures by maintenance that control the risk of foodborne illness, such as documentation, labeling, personnel training and equipment.