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Restaurant Inspections

Restaurant Inspections: 12/3


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



No violations:

The Vitamin Shoppe, 5055 Monroe, inspected Nov. 3.

Subway, 1726 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 3.

Rachel Michael’s Gourmet Popcorn, 5307 Monroe, inspected Nov. 3.

Glass Bowl West 3, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 3.

Glass Bowl West 1, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 3.

Glass Bowl Mobile Bar, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 3.

Firehouse Subs, 5208 Monroe, inspected Nov. 3.

Dairy Queen, 5300 Monroe, inspected Nov. 3.

Burger King, 1856 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 3.

Rae’s Chocolate Smothered Pretzels, 3336 Romaker, inspected Nov. 4.

San Marcos Supermarkets, 719 Galena, inspected Nov. 6.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop, 4038 Talmadge, inspected Nov. 6.



Lickity Split, 2021 Glendale, inspected Nov. 2.

● Vanilla and chocolate soft-serve ice cream holding at improper temperature.

● Open package of hot dogs in cooler lacked date mark.

Ideal Hot Dog, 4330 Heatherdowns, inspected Nov. 2.

● Employee failed to wash hands between handling raw hamburger patties and frozen fried potatoes.

● Buildup inside ice machine.

● Chemical spray bottle by dish machine lacked label identifying contents.

Club 300, 3304 Collingwood, inspected Nov. 2.

● Igloo containers had dirty spigots.

● Dirty utensils in kitchen’s clean holding area, and single-use aluminum container reused improperly.

● Sanitizer bucket at hot-holding/​prep area lacked sanitizer, while chlorine in cook’s sanitizer bucket was too strong.

University Carry Out, 1852 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 3.

● Hand-washing sink by deli slicer was blocked by beverage containers.

● Dishes improperly in hand-washing sink by meat slicer.

Tim Horton’s, 3125 Glendale, inspected Nov. 3.

● Sliced tomatoes and sausages holding at improper temperatures in walk-in cooler.

● Buildup on ice machine ceiling.

● In-use utensils not being cleaned throughout the day as required.

● Employee observed dumping water improperly into front service hand-washing sink.

● Flying gnats were present in the facility.

S&G, 1401 South, inspected Nov. 3.

● A plate and plastic bottles were stored improperly in a hand-washing sink.

Slip Mahoney’s, 932 Woodville, inspected Nov. 3.

● Facility lacked advisory to consumers regarding risk of consuming raw or under-cooked meats.

● Buildup inside ice machine.

● Gnats present in facility.

Pizzapapalis of Toledo, 519 Monroe, inspected Nov. 3.

● Eggs stored improperly on shelf above other items.

● Chicken wings holding at improper temperatures in refrigeration.

● Gnats present in facility.

Domino’s Pizza, 5350 Airport, inspected Nov. 3.

● No designated person-in-charge knowledgeable in food safety was present during inspection.

● Person-in-charge did not ensure employees are verifiably informed about their responsibility to report information about their health as it relates to food-borne illness.

Caribbean Breeze, 1830 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 3.

● Raw shell eggs stored improperly above ready-to-eat/​perishable food inside double-door reach-in cooler.

● Perishable foods inside single-door reach-in cooler by kitchen area lacked proper date marks.

● Expired, cooked meat inside double-door reach-in cooler was not discarded as required.

Baskin-Robbins, 1313 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 3.

● Employee washed hands in three-bay sink’s rinse bin instead of in hand-washing sink.

● Buildup inside ice machine.

Beth’s Gourmet Kitchen, 3004 Barrington, inspected Nov. 4.

● Spice mixes lacked label declaring contents’ net weight.

Zelma’s, 3325 Stickney, inspected Nov. 6.

● Raw shell eggs stored improperly next to ready-to-eat, perishable foods in bottom section of prep cooler.

Ye Olde Durty Bird, 2 S. St. Clair, inspected Nov. 6.

● No chlorine sanitizer in dish machine.

Subway (inside train station), 415 Emerald, inspected Nov. 6.

● Buildup inside ice machine.

Nick’s Cafe, 2516 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 6.

● Gyro in pan on grill holding at improper temperature.

● Food items in walk-in cooler lacked proper date marks.

● Buildup on vegetable peelers and french-fry cutter on wall.

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