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Restaurant Inspections: 2/12

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Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

No violations:

Chipotle Mexican Grill, 7229 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11.

J-Cups Pizza, 5406 N. Summit, inspected Jan. 12.

Hill St. Pub, 6240 Hill, inspected Jan. 12.

Club Irie Lounge, 1609 W. Bancroft, inspected Jan. 12.

Quality Time Child Care, 2315 Dorr, inspected Jan. 16.

Hot Pot & Asian Grill, 4038 Talmadge, inspected Jan. 16.

Panera Bread, 4050 Talmadge, inspected Jan. 17.

Waffle House, 2454 S. Reynolds, inspected Jan. 18.

TGI Fridays, 1334 Bernath, inspected Jan. 18.

Sherman Elementary School, 817 Sherman, inspected Jan. 18.

 

Violations:

Middle East Market, 4623 W. Bancroft, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Chicken breasts, rice, and green bean casserole were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Packaged sausage and pita bread had missing labels.

Libbey, Inc.- Main Dining, 940 Ash, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Raw ground meat, chicken breast, bags of lettuce, tuna salad, boiled eggs, raw shell eggs, and chicken salad were not being held at the proper temperature in the walk-in cooler.

● Foods held refrigerated for more than 24 hours were not properly date marked in a reach-in cooler.

● There was buildup on the interior surface of the dispensing unit to the coffee machine.

Kroger, 2257 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Raw chicken was stored above lamb.

Howard’s Drive Thru, 1001 Nebraska, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Person in charge did not ensure that employees are informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

● Eggs were stored above beverages and sausages on the same shelf.

● There was a leaking condensor unit in a walk-in cooler. The discharge water was hitting the soft drink beverages directly below the leak.

● A prepared/​prepackaged sub was not being held at the proper temperature.

● About 20 hamburgers in a retail refrigeration display didn’t have use by/​sell by date markings.

● Utensils and storage containers were dirty.

G. M. Food Mart, 526 N. Detroit, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Person in charge did not ensure that employees are informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

Fowl and Fodder, 614 Adams, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Counter display cooler was not holding food at the proper temperature.

Family Pantry, 4319 Heatherdowns, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Raw shell eggs were stored above ready-to-eat food.

● The coffee pot and components to the cappuccino machine were not sanitized at the required frequency.

Eddie Lee’s, 4700 Nantucket, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Tartar sauce that had been date marked was not discarded when required.

● Hand washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

Dairy Mart, 3380 Lagrange, inspected Jan. 11.  

● Raw shell eggs were stored directly above drinks inside a walk-in cooler

● Raw bacon was stored with ready-to-eat foods inside a glass display case.

Triple Crown Lounge, 2122 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 10.

●The hand washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

Bier Stube, 5333 Monroe, inspected Jan. 11. 

● Food items were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Food was marked to be discarded after eight days instead of the seven-day limit.

● There was buildup in the ice machine and on the soda gun at the bar.

● Degreaser and chemicals were stored above foil and basket lines.

 Vito’s Pizza, 5145 Summit, inspected Jan. 12.  

● A food employee went straight to handling food items from the oven after returning from food delivery outside without washing hands.

● The person in charge did not ensure that employees are properly sanitizing equipment or utensils.

● A bag and bin of chicken chunks were held beyond the 7-day use by/​discard date.

● The food preparation stations were not being cleaned at the required frequency.

● The hand washing sink was not easily accessible.

Serenity Diner, 1826 Bancroft, inspected Jan. 12.  

● Potato salad, cut lettuce, and cheese were not being held at the proper temperature.

● There were no date markings on mac and cheese, soup, cooked chicken, and ham.

● Expired cooked meat loaf was inside a walk-in cooler.

● Hand washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

Steak Escape, 5001 Monroe, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Employees were donning gloves without washing hands prior.

● Person in charge did not ensure that employees are informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

● Lemonade container had buildup on the nozzle and around the inside lid. Ice machine also had buildup on the inside.

Robert’s Food & Spirits, 2633 N. Detroit, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Person in charge did not ensure that employees are informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

● Raw prepackaged meat was stored above the adult beverages.

● Utensils and utensil storage containers were dirty.

● There was an air gap between a plumbing fixture and a piece of equipment that was not sufficient to prevent back siphonage of contaminated water.

Quality Time Too, 2301 Dorr, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Person in charge did not ensure that employees are informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

Olive Garden Italian, 1919 S. Reynolds, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Mashed potatoes and soup were not properly discarded when required.

● There was buildup on a can opener blade.

New Glass Bowl Lanes, 5133 Telegraph, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Raw hamburger meat patties and raw bacon were stored above ready-to-eat foods. Ham was stored directly above bags of raw ground meat without any separation.

● There was pink buildup on the shield inside an ice machine.

● The wastewater and sewage is conveyed through the use of an unapproved system.

Meijer, 7240 W. Central, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Raw chicken was stored above beef.

Manhattan’s Pub N Cheer, 1516 Adams, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Ice maker was dirty

● Ice maker scoop needs to be thrown away because of crack in it.

Jed’s Cafe, 855 S. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 16.  

● Dishwashing machine does not automatically dispense detergent and sanitizer.

● Ice machine was dirty.

Fuzzys Taco Shop, 3332 W. Central, inspected Jan. 16.  

● There was no person in charge present in the food facility.

Erie Food Market, 727 Galena, inspected Jan. 16.  

● The person in charge did not ensure that employees are properly sanitizing equipment or utensils.

● Lettuce cabbage and cut melons were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Foods held refrigerated for more than 24 hours were not properly date marked in the deli display case and in the pizza prep cooler.

● There was a buildup of food debris on a deli slicer.

● There was no sanitizer solution available in the deli department during raw meat cutting, produce preparation, and handling of ready-to-eat foods.

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