A Texas grill has been the scene of a lot of grilling this summer, and many people are concerned that it’s not safe for visitors to enjoy the heat.
A new report by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has highlighted the problem, and it appears that many restaurants and restaurants owners are not keeping their food safe.
According to the report, more than 100 people died in Texas-wide heat waves, and some deaths were attributed to the Grandins Grill.
The Grandin Grill is located at the corner of Grandin and Lamar.
“It is one of the most iconic restaurants in the city and it’s an iconic Texas restaurant,” Texas Department for Transportation (TxDOT), Deputy Director Brian T. Hart said.
“So we want to make sure that everybody who comes into this city knows that it is unsafe.”
The report also pointed out that the restaurant is not the only restaurant in Austin that has been hit by heat waves this summer.
According to the Texas Association of Counties, restaurants and bars across Austin have experienced more heat-related deaths than all of Texas combined.
Hart said the department’s investigation will be looking at how restaurants are managing heat and ensuring safety.
“In the heat, you can’t expect your staff to be there to handle that,” Hart said, “so we want restaurants to be able to have a safe, healthy environment and we want our food to be safe.”
Hart said it’s a matter of public health and safety.
He said if any food is found to be unsafe, the restaurant will be closed.
“We want to ensure that the public is able to enjoy our food,” he said.
The investigation is expected to take several weeks.