You'll soon get a better idea of how clean a restaurant is in Lexington, even before you even walk in the door!
Starting May 14th, the Fayette County Health Department will require all restaurants to post their most recent inspection scores.
They'll have to be placed in a spot near the entrance, where everyone can see them.
Scores of 85 or higher, with no major violations, will get a green label, while anything lower than 84 gets a red label.
The policy was approved Monday night during the Health Department's meeting.