ABOUT RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS 

This is a snapshot of the inspections conducted by the Marion County health department. 

Twice annually, licensed restaurants receive unannounced inspections that focus on food temperatures, food preparation practices, worker hygiene, dish-washing and sanitizing, and equipment and facility cleanliness. 

Violations: Restaurant scores are based on a 100-point scale. Priority violations deduct 5 points, and priority foundation violations deduct 3 points. Violations recorded on consecutive inspections result in point deductions being doubled.  

Scoring: Scores of 70 or higher are considered compliant. Restaurants scoring below 70 must be reinspected within 30 days or face closure or other administrative action. Restaurants display a placard by the entrance to indicate whether they have passed their last inspection. 

Latest inspections are now viewable here

Semiannual restaurant inspections from Dec. 19 and 20. 

Marion County Restaurant Inspections 

Capitol City Grill

Location: 3301 Market St. NE, Salem

Date: Dec. 19

Score: 92

Priority violations:

Potentially hazardous food is not maintained at proper hot or cold holding temperatures, specifically: Observed cooked sausages in a container on the broiler griddle improperly hot-held. Point deduction: 5.





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