Restaurant Report: No low performers for week of Labor Day - KXXV Central Texas News Now

Restaurant Report: No low performers for week of Labor Day

Ector County Health Department (Courtesy: KWES) Ector County Health Department (Courtesy: KWES)
MIDLAND-ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

The week of Labor Day proved to be a very easy one for health inspectors in Midland and Odessa. The week of September 4 through September 8 saw no low performers in either city. However, there were a few places with perfect scores for the week in both cities.

Here’s a look at Odessa’s top performers:

- Stripes (316 S. Grant Ave.)
- Western Food (6301 N. Dixie Blvd.)
- 7-Eleven (2700 Andrews Hwy.)

Here’s a look at Midland’s top performers:

- Toros Café (5701 Starboard Dr.)
- Susie’s South Forty Confection (2101 W. Wadley Ave.)

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