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Restaurant Inspections

Restaurant Inspections: 3/11

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

No violations:

Taco Bell, 1380 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 1.

Mama C’s, 924 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 1.

Biggby Coffee, 306 W. Dussel, Maumee, inspected March 1.

Lake Shore Memorial VFW Post, 1802 Ashcroft, Oregon, inspected Feb. 22.

Holiday Inn Express, 3154 Navarre, Oregon, inspected March 1.

Tim Horton’s, 2621 Navarre, Oregon, inspected March 2.

Dollar General, 6730 W. Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected March 1.

Country Grains, 6808 W. Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected March 1.

Navarre Elementary School, 800 Kingston, inspected March 1.

D & J Snack Shack, 405 Madison, inspected March 1.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1830 W. Laskey, inspected March 2.

Home Slice Pizza, 28 S. St. Clair, insepcted March 2.

Family Dollar, 5020 Lewis, inspected March 2.

Chick-Fil-A Mobile #4, 4260 W. Sylvania, inspected March 2.

Chick-Fil-A Mobile #3, 4260 W. Sylvania, inspected March 2.

Chick-Fil-A Mobile #2, 4260 W. Sylvania, inspected March 2.

Chick-Fil-A Mobile #1, 4260 W. Sylvania, inspected March 2.

Toledo Skateland, 5735 Opportunity, inspected March 3.

Team Toledo Ice House, 1258 W. Alexis, inspected March 3.

Starbucks Coffee, 3305 W. Central, inspected March 6.

Rite Aid, 7504 W. Central, inspected March 6.

Old West End Academy, 3131 Cambridge, inspected March 6.

Dandino’s Pizza & More, 4804 Lewis, inspected March 6.

Barnes & Noble at University of Toledo, 1430 Secor, inspected March 6.

7-Eleven, 2601 W. Bancroft, inspected March 6.

McDonald’s, 1205 W. Sylvania, inspected March 7.

Learning Ladders Educational Center, 1017 W. Sylvania, inspected March 8.

Jera’s Heavenly Sweet, 550 N. Summit, inspected March 8.

Family Dollar, 3020 Cherry, inspected March 5.

Jan’s Famous Chili Dogs, 5668 W. Central, inspected March 8.

Cookie Doughlicious, 2252 Greenlawn, inspected March 8.

Christie Candies, 2002 Glendale, inspected March 8.

 

Violations:

Sahara Restaurant, 336 W. Dussel, Maumee, inspected Feb. 23.  

● Establishment was improperly using a noncontinuous cooking process.

● Prep-top cooler was not holding food items at proper temperature.

● Some plastic food containers were cracked or melted.

Parkway Sports Bar & Grill, 2550 Parkway Plaza, Maumee, inspected Feb. 23.  

● There was buildup inside a soda gun and its holder.

China Chef, 2528 Perrysburg Holland, Maumee, inspected Feb. 23.  

● Several food items were left sitting out at room temperature.

● Raw chicken was left thawing in a sink.

The Seafood Restaurant, 5504 W. Alexis, inspected Jan. 30.  

● Dishwashing machine rinse temperature was inadequate to sanitize dishes and utensils.

Arby’s, 7030 W. Central, inspected March 1.  

● Shredded cheese was not held at the proper temperature.

Rally’s, 1647 W. Laskey, inspected March 2.  

● Food employee(s) did not wash hands in situations that specifically require them to do so.

● Vitamix mixer was left dirty,

● Ice scoop was sitting on dirty gloves and Febreze.

● Clean containers had stickers and sticker residue.

● Hamburger freezer needed defrosting and cleaning.

● Grill cleaner was on top of soda boxes.

Park Inn Toledo, 101 N. Summit, inspected March 2.  

● Storage containers of food were not properly date marked.

● Sanitizing solution in a dishwashing machine did not meet the minimum requirements.

● No sanitizer bucket was set up at the cook line.

Holey Toledough, 2842 11th, inspected March 2.  

● Food employee(s) did not wash hands before wearing gloves to prep doughnuts.

Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio, 1323 Champlain, inspected March 6.

● Salsa was kept beyond its discard date.

Subway, 5001 Monroe, inspected March 6.  

● There was buildup on an ice machine shield.

St. Francis de Sales High School, 2323 W. Bancroft, inspected March 6.  

● There was buildup inside an ice machine chute.

● There was buildup of dirt and debris inside soda nozzles.

Shorty’s Back 40, 5215 Monroe, inspected March 6.  

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

Mr. Hero, 5001 Monroe, inspected March 6.

● No person-in-charge was present during inspection.

McDonald’s, 1225 Collingwood, inspected March 6.

● The person-in-charge did not ensure that employees did not touch ready-to-eat foods with their bare hands.

● Staff members were washing hands with finger and wrist jewelry.

● Staff members were contaminating their hands from the floor and not washing hands.

● Clean hands were being contaminated by dirty faucet handles.

● About two pounds of cut lettuce and ranch dressing were held at improper temperatures.

● Ice maker was dirty.

● The ice maker’s scoops rested on dirty surfaces.

● A five-gallon ice bucket sat directly on a dirty floor.

● Air gap between a plumbing fixture and a piece of equipment was insufficient to prevent back siphonage of contaminated water.

Hot Box Bistro, 332 N. Erie, inspected March 6.  

● Raw shell eggs were stored above packaged salmon and other items.

● There was buildup on a potato slicer.

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

Subway, 305 Clayton, inspected March 6.  

● Food was held at improper temperature.

● There was buildup on soda nozzles.

Wish Upon A Star Learning Center, 5142 Ryan, inspected March 8.  

● No person-in-charge was present in the food facility.

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

● Open hot dogs, bologna, and beans lacked date marks.

● Chemical containers lacked proper labels.

The Glendale, 5020 Ryan, inspected March 8.  

● No person-in-charge was present in the food facility.

● Cabbage and lettuce were held at improper temperature.

● Cut lettuce was kept past its discard date.

● Sanitizing solution in a dishwashing machine did not meet the minimum requirements.

● There was buildup inside an ice machine and the juice gun nozzle.

● Chemicals were stored on the same shelf as food equipment.

PLAT8, 4330 W. Central, inspected March 8.  

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

● Raw shell eggs were stored above other food items.

● Egg noodles, quinoa, and rice were held at improper temperature.

● Food items lacked date marks.

McDonald’s, 3138 Secor, inspected March 8.  

● Cheese slices were not initially time stamped.

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

Cinco de Mayo Amigos, 6975 W. Central, inspected March 8.  

● An employee was chopping lettuce with their bare hands.

● Raw chicken, raw steak, raw fish, and raw shrimp were stored directly over avocados and onions.

● Rice and queso were held at improper temperature.

● Can opener and mixer were dirty.

● Sanitizer bucket didn’t meet minimum requirements.

● No sanitizer was set up in the kitchen area.

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