Restaurant inspections are carried out by the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control's Food Protection program. The State obtains data weekly through S.C. Freedom of Information Act requests. This data is presented as is. Questions about inspections and results should be directed to DHEC staff.
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WHAT THE GRADES MEAN
A - An establishment having a rating score of 88-100 points. These facilities typically exhibit very good to acceptable levels of sanitation during an unannounced routine inspection.
B - An establishment having a rating score of 78-87 points. These facilities typically exhibit acceptable to marginal levels of sanitation during an unannounced routine inspection.
C - An establishment having a rating score of 77-70 points. These facilities typically exhibit poor to marginal levels of sanitation during an unannounced routine inspection.