Dead roaches cause Mexican restaurant to fail its health inspection

    Maria's Cafe located off <a href="'s+Cafe/@29.4199963,-98.5647465,10.87z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1smaria's+cafe!3m4!1s0x865c58c1ea87ef55:0x36ff137cbd904608!8m2!3d29.402266!4d-98.510358" target="_blank">Nogalitos street{/a} just south of downtown scored a 62, a failing score. (SBG Photo)

    After finding dead roaches and dirty appliances, a traditional Mexican restaurant here in San Antonio fails its latest health inspection. Maria's Cafe located off Nogalitos street just south of downtown scored a 62, a failing score.

    Inspectors cited the restaurant for:

    - Dead roaches on the floor.
    - Hot water was shut off, due to a leak from the hot water line.
    - Inspector observed employee wipe knife with a dirty towel that was being used to slice meat.
    - Observed food and debris throughout the kitchen on the floor, cooking appliances and storage room.

    A deeper look into this restaurant, shows that it aced previous inspections over the last year:

    In July, it scored a 95.
    In February, it scored a 97.
    And in October 2017, Maria's Cafe got its highest score of 98.

    Some of the violations have been corrected and the rest have to be taken care of by March.

    For a list of all the restaurant reports, CLICK HERE...

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