Restaurant inspections

Editor's Note: A new inspection-scoring system for food facilities went into effect in September after the state of Oregon adopted the 2009 Food and Drug Administration Food Code. Jackson County health inspectors still use the same criteria for evaluating restaurants, focusing on measures that prevent foodborne illness and subtracting points for violations. However, low-priority items — while noted — no longer count against a restaurant's overall score, effectively increasing the likelihood that an establishment can log a perfect score.

Jackson County health inspectors evaluated 122 restaurants in December. All passed their semiannual inspections, and 59 received perfect scores of 100. All scores are published in weekly portions in the Mail Tribune.

The following restaurants received perfect scores of 100:

  • 38 Central, Medford;
  • Aramark Jackson County Community Justice Transition Center, Phoenix;
  • Baci's Pizza & Pasta, Medford;
  • The Bad Ass Coffee Co., South Riverside Avenue, Medford;
  • Bangkok's Atchara, Talent;
  • Bateman Senior Meals, Medford;
  • Beasy's on the Creek, Ashland;
  • Big Town Hero, Central Point;
  • Bobbio's Pizza No. 3, White City;
  • Brothers Restaurant, Ashland;
  • Cafe Dejeuner, Medford;
  • Cafe Namaste, Ashland;
  • Carl's Jr. No. 8025, Eagle Point;
  • Central Point Senior Center, Central Point;
  • Cucina Biazzi, Ashland;
  • The Deli Downstairs, Ashland;
  • Duck Walk Coffee, Medford;
  • El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant, Ashland;
  • Elements Tapas Bar & Lounge, Medford;
  • Flappers Wild West Wings, Medford;
  • Gogi's Restaurant, Jacksonville;
  • Gypsy Blues Bar, Medford;
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken, White City;
  • Koko's, Ashland;
  • La Fiesta, Jacksonville;
  • Louie's Bar & Grill, Ashland;
  • Lumpy's No. 2, Phoenix;
  • Lumpy's No. 4, Medford Center, Medford;
  • Macaroni's Ristorante, Ashland;
  • Martolli's Hand Tossed Pizza, Ashland;
  • McDonald's No. 2013, East Barnett Road, Medford.
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Restaurant scores are posted at and

Inspection files are open to the public at the Division of Environmental Public Health, Jackson County Health and Human Services, 1005 E. Main St., Medford.

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