St. Charles County Food Inspection Scores: Texas Roadhouse, Outback, Bandana’s and More

Bandanas Barbecue

The St. Charles County Department of Public Health monitors more than 1,300 food service providers in St. Charles County. (The City of St. Peters conducts its own inspections.) Routine inspections are conducted by specialists with the department for proper food safety procedures and are scored by deducting points from a starting score of 100.


“Public concern about food safety, harmful products and dangerous germs has increased with food-borne threat incidents occurring throughout the United States, and through these permits and inspections the health department communicates the importance of proper procedure to food establishment owners, managers and staff,” said Doug Bolnik, department spokesman.

The following scores were posted during the period January 1, 2015 to February 29, 2016.

Wentzville

Lake Saint Louis

O’Fallon

St. Charles

  • Hendrick’s BBQ, 12 S. Main Street – score 98
  • Trailhead Brewing Co., 921 South Riverside – score 100
  • Old Mill Street Inn, 912 South Main Street – score 91
  • Bradden’s, 515 South Main Street – score 98
  • Quintessential Restaurant and Night Club, 149 North Main Street – score 98
  • Tony’s on Main, 132 North Main Street – score 100
  • Lloyd and Harry’s, 208 North Main Street – score 96
  • Texas Roadhouse, 1300 Bass Pro Drive -score 100
  • Pio’s Restaurant, 401 First Capitol – score 100
  • Gingham’s Homestyle Restaurant, 1881 Sherman Drive – score 100

St. Peters
(The City of St. Peters conducts its own inspections through the City of St. Peters Health Department. The following scores are from February and March 2016)

  • Longhorn Steak House, 3979 Veterans Memorial Parkway – score 98
  • Bandana’s Bar-B-Que, 4155 Veterans Memorial Parkway – score 98
  • Chili’s Grill & Bar, 101 Mid Rivers Mall Circle – score 98
  • The Pasta House Company, 4095 Veterans Memorial Parkway -score 98
  • Three Families Restaurant, 4899 Mexico Road – score 100