Local service inspections

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Bobby T’s

3240 Kimball Ave.

Date of inspection: Dec. 1, 2014

Reason for inspection: Follow-up

Results: No follow-up

3-302.11(A)(1)(b) In three-door reach-in cooler on second shelf, a carton of raw in-shell eggs stored directly on top of a plastic container of macaroni salad. Corrected on site, person in charge placed eggs in correct storage.

El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant

2605 Stagg Hill Road

Date of inspection: Dec. 1, 2014

Reason for inspection: Complaint

Results: Follow-up

4-501.114(A) Warewash machine without any detectable concentration of chlorine sanitizer. Primed sanitizer and was able to detect at least 50 ppm of sanitizer. Corrected on site. Person in charge also called machine company for repair.

3-501.18(A)(1) In walk-in cooler, on top shelf of wire rack sat a medium-sized pan of cooked pork with prepped date of Nov. 21. Person in charge confirmed date pork was cooked and discarded pork in trash.

3-501.18(A)(2) In walk-in cooler on a cooking sheet, five small containers of flan with out date marking. Person in charge stated that the flan had been made 10 days ago. Corrected on site, person in charge discarded in trash. In cooler on top shelf, a plate of fried chile rellenos without date marking. Person in charge stated that chiles had been cooked on Nov. 26 and correctly date marked plate. Corrected on site.

3-305.11(A)(1) In walk-in cooler, a large plastic tub of raw ground beef stored directly on floor under shelving. Corrected on site, person in charge moved ground beef to correct storage.

3-304.12(B) On wire rack across from warewash machine, a large container labeled “salt” with a small bowl, no handle stored down in the salt. Corrected on site. Person in charge removed the bowl from container.

4-903.11(B) On wire rack in warewash area, seven wet, stacked, stainless steel pans put away as clean. Corrected on site. Person in charge placed pans with soiled dishes.

Educational materials distributed.

Bluemont Hotel

1212 Bluemont Ave.

Date of inspection: Dec. 2, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: No follow-up

3-302.11(A)(1)(a) In the walk-in cooler, there were two cases of raw bacon stored next to and in direct contact with a case of cut lettuce. Corrected on site, person in charge separated the two products.

3-501.15(A) In the walk-in cooler, sausage links were cooling in a plastic container with lid fastened at a measured temperature of 104 F. The initial temperature is not verified. The product was placed in the cooler at 9:30 a.m. per person in charge. Current time 10:30 a.m. Corrected on site, the person in charge removed the product to a shallow pan to expedite cooling.

3-302.12 There was a bulk container in the kitchen of Panko Breadcrumbs not labeled. Corrected on site, person in charge labeled the container.

3-304.12(C) The ice machine scoop was laying on top of the ice machine, which is not a clean, sanitized surface. Person in charge removed the scoop and hung it properly.

4-204.120 The ice machine drain line is run short of the floor drain. Condensation exits the drain line onto the floor.

Educational materials were distributed.

Subway

17th and Anderson Avenue

Date of inspection: Dec. 2, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: No follow-up

Fail Notes

4-601.11(A) Two knives were stored clean, per person in charge, on the knife magnet with residual dried food debris. Corrected on site, removed them to the wash sink.

4-602.11(C) At the make table the in-use tuna scoop is stored in-between use under the make table on a clean surface at ambient room temperature. Per the person in charge, the scoop is replaced at approximately 10:30 a.m. and then not again until approximately 4:30 p.m., which is an excess of four hours. Corrected on site, person in charge educated on four hours cleaning frequency and scoop was replaced with a new clean scoop.

3-501.16(A)(2) There was a chicken breast with a measured internal temperature of 46 F. Per the person in charge the product had been in the unit since 7:30 a.m., which is an excess of four hours. Corrected on site, person in charge discarded the item. Also in the make table sliced tomatoes measured with an internal temperature of 50 F. The tomatoes were in a plastic container with a plastic false bottom which creates an air gap possibly contributing to the elevated temperature. Corrected on site, person in charge stated the product had been in the unit for half hour. Removed and placed in reach-in cooler to rapidly cool. Other items in this unit are measured 41 F or below.

5-205.15(B) The mop sink drain is slow draining.

6-501.12(A) Various debris under the storage racks in dry storage room.

Educational materials distributed.

Complete Nutrition

323 Southwind Road

Date of inspection: Dec. 3, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: No follow-up

Establishment issued a field warning letter.

Educational materials distributed.

Houlihans

1641 Anderson Ave.

Date of inspection: Dec. 4, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: Follow-up

3-101.11 Repeat violation from May 2013. In reach-in cooler below make table, vacuum packaged salmon filets were thawing while sealed. In walk-in cooler, vacuumed sealed salmon filets and tilapia were being thawed whiled sealed. Corrected on site, person in charge slit open packages.


3-302.11(A)(2) In reach-in cooler below make table, raw salmon filets were being stored on wire racks directly above raw chicken. Corrected on site, person in charge rearranged items. In reach-in cooler below other make table, tilapia and scallops were being stored on wire racks directly above raw chicken. Corrected on site, person in charge rearranged items. In walk-in cooler samon filets were being stored directly above raw chicken. Corrected on site, person in charge rearranged items.

3-501.16(A)(2) In the Delfield reach-in cooler, half and half creamer had a temperature of 60 F. Item was placed in the cooler at 9:30 a.m. The unit’s ambient air temperautre was 63.9 F. Corrected on site, person in charge placed item in walk-in cooler to rapidly cool. Foods were removed from the unit and the unit will be evaluated.

4-301.11 The Delfield reach-in cooler ambient air temperature is 63.9 F. The unit is not holding food at 41 F or below.

3-501.13(B) In the prep area, two beef roasts were thawing at room temperature on a pan. Corrected on site, person in charge moved items to an indirect plumbed prep-sink submerged under running cold water.

3-304.12(C) There was a knife being stored wedged between the make tables, which is not a clean, sanitized surface. Corrected on site, person in charge placed it on a clean, sanitized surface.

4-501.11(B) Several make tables, reach-in cooler door gaskets in the line cook area are cracked, torn and peeling off. They don’t provide good seals. Person in charge stated the gaskets are on order.

5-205.15(B) At the spray sink at warewash area, the atmospheric vacuum breaker on the water supply line is missing the cap cover. This could allow for debris to enter and damage the device. Person in charge states a part is on order and due to be installed. The AVB does not leak when water is supplied.

Educational materials distributed.

Starbucks Coffee

1219 Bluemont Ave.

Date of inspection: Dec. 4, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: No follow-up

3-305.11(A)(1) In the back storage room there were three cases of ground coffee sitting directly on the floor.

4-903.11(A) In the back storage room, there were two cases of 12 ounce cups sitting directly on the floor.

4-204.120 Reach-in cooler near the front counter had water pooling at the bottom of the cooler.

5-205.15(B) The utility sink located below the menu board leaks when water is supplied at the base of the faucet. Water pools aournd the base of the faucet.

Educational materials distributed.

Walgreens

325 Bluemont Ave.

Date of inspection: Dec. 5, 2014

Reason for inspection: Routine

Results: No follow-up

7-301.11(A) In the back storage room, bottles of antifreeze were stored next to and in direct contact with paper plates and sandwich bags. Corrected on site, person in charge moved the items to a separate shelf.

Educational materials distributed.

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