Several Birmingham-area restaurants—including A-Train Station on Birmingham’s West End, Mountain Brook’s Davenport Pizza Palace and Tortugas Pizza across from Regions Field received 95 and above on their food service scores this past November .
Since 2018, Bham Now has reported the Jefferson County Department of Health restaurant food service scores each month. Over 100 local establishments that handle and serve food are inspected by the health department, including:
- Nursing homes,
- Daycare centers
- Grocery stores
- Concession stands
Food service inspection scores are updated regularly on the Jefferson County Department of Health website.
A-Train Station – 98
Winner of the Bham Now’s 2022 Nowie Award for Best Food Truck — A-Train Station opened its first brick and mortar location this fall. The new restaurant has added a few menu items including a catfish and shrimp basket.
Looking for a place to have an unforgettable New Year’s Eve meal? Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille made Bham Now’s latest list of 5 restaurants you need to make your reservation today. A bonus: Perry’s offers more than steak, including their famous pork chop or salmon.
A Birmingham original, Davenport’s in Mountain Brook was established in 1964 before there were pizza joints on every corner. In fact, Davenport’s was one of the first in the community. Best thing about Davenport’s? Their menu is very simple. Pizza and salads. They do both very well.
Rest of the Honor Roll
DZire Bar and Lounge – 100
Magic Muffin – 98
Rusty’s BBQ – 97
East 59 Cafe – 96
Rock and Roll Sushi – 99
Punch Love Coffee – 100
Snapper Grabber – 96
J&R Bar and Grill – 95
Visit Jefferson County Department of Health’s Food Service website for the latest scores. Food service inspections help keep us all safe. Bookmark the page and stay tuned for our monthly 95+ stories.