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Restaurant Inspections

Restaurant Inspections: 8/26

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

No violations:

3rd Street Scoops, 10 N. 3rd, Waterville, inspected July 20.

La Banda Mexican Restaurant, 1101 Pray, Waterville, inspected July 27.

Pisanello’s Pizza, 57 S. Third, Waterville, inspected Aug. 3.

Biggby Coffee, 1075 Pray, Waterville, inspected Aug. 3.

Camp Courageous Inc., 12701 Waterville-Swanton, Waterville, inspected July 20.

Twin Acres Campground, 12029 Waterville-Swanton, Waterville, inspected July 25.

Jo Jo’s Pizza, 10315 Waterville, Whitehouse, inspected July 27.

Keeler’s Korner, 12290 Sylvania-Metamora, Berkey, inspected Aug. 7.

Growing Minds Day Care, 12244 Sylvania-Metamora, Berkey, inspected Aug. 4.

Mad Anthony’s Tavern, 21 N. Third, Waterville, inspected Aug. 6.

Cooley Canal Yacht Club, 12235 Bono, Curtice, inspected July 25.

Barnacle II, 361b N. Teachout, Curtice, inspected July 25.

The Bilge Bar, 1086 Anchor Point, Curtice, inspected July 27.

DG’s, 10609 Jerusalem, Curtice, inspected Aug. 13.

Campfire Grille, 11900 Jeffers, Grand Rapids, inspected July 12.

Springfield Township - Baseball Concession, 7617 Angola, Holland, inspected July 18.

Whitehouse Inn At Schindler Elevator, 1530 Timberwolf, Holland, inspected July 31.

Tim Horton’s, 7140 Orchard Centre, Holland, inspected July 31.

Stop And Shop #11 Spring Meadows Shell, 6504 Airport, Holland, inspected Aug. 7.

Spring Meadow Nursing & Rehbailitation Centre, 1125 Clarion, Holland, inspected Aug. 10.

Astor House, 1125 Clairon, Holland, inspected Aug. 10.

Burger King, 6630 Airport, Holland, inspected Aug. 13.

Panera Bread, 6658 Airport, Holland, inspected Aug. 14.

Five Guys Burgers & Fries, 1398 Conant, Maumee, inspected July 31.

Rolf Park Pool, 2115 Cass, Maumee, inspected Aug. 1.

 

Violations:

Fuzzys Taco Shop, 3332 W. Central, inspected July 23.  

● Cut tomatoes, lettuce, and cheese were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Chorizo did not have a date mark to indicate when it should be discarded.

● There was buildup inside the ice machine.

Domino’s, 1734 W. Laskey, inspected July 23.  

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

● Food employee(s) were not washing hands in an approved hand washing sink or automatic hand washing facility.

● Gnats were in the facility.

Bee Creative Child Care, 5252 Heatherdowns, inspected July 23.  

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

● Food items were not being held at the proper temperature – instead sitting out at room temperature that were holding in the “temperature danger zone.”

● Food items in a reach-in cooler were not being held at the proper temperature.

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

Our Time Carry Out, 2100 Dorr, inspected July 23.  

● 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.

● The store was selling food service cups of ice when it is not licensed to do this.

● Raw bacon was stored above cooked meats/​sausage.

● A ceiling condenser in a walk-in cooler has shields, but some moisture droplets will hit the beverages stored immediately below.

● There was not a compartment sink available to clean, wash, rinse, and sanitize tongs used for Amish beef sticks.

Agenda Sports Bar & Grill, 159 Matzinger, inspected July 23.  

● Spaghetti from the previous day was not being held at the proper temperature.

● Boiled eggs were not date marked to indicate when the food should be discarded.

● There was buildup of food debris on the blades of the potato slicer.

Subway, 1896 Front, inspec- ted July 23.  

● All food items in the under-counter cooler were not being held at the proper temperature.

Picrose, 3253 Franklin, inspected July 24.  

● Food employee(s) were coughing and sneezing in their hands and serving customers at the bar.

● There was buildup of food debris inside the pizza oven.

● There was buildup of black debris inside an ice machine.

Jo Jo’s Pizzeria, 4336 Monroe, inspected July 24.  

● There were no signed employee(s) health forms at the establishment.

● Pepperoni, cheese, sauce, cut lettuce, and cooked ground beef were not being held at the proper temperature.

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

Heartland Holly Glen, 4293 Monroe, inspected July 24.  

● There was buildup of dirt and debris inside the ice machine.

● Cooked greens were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Sliced ham and opened boiled eggs in a bag did not have date markings to indicate when they should be discarded.

● Expired proccoli was not discarded.

Educare Academy V, 3580 Lagrange, inspected July 24.  

● Sanitizer solution in a spray bottle used for cleaning the food counter did not meet minimum requirements.

● The hand-washing sink was not easily accessible.

Al Smith’s Place, 3550 Executive, inspected July 24.  

● Cooked green beans were not cooled using the proper time and temperature parameters.

● Whipped butter and southwest dressing was kept past its discard date.

● There was buildup on the shield of the ice machine.

The Original Ginos Pizza, 5307 Monroe, inspected July 25.  

● There was buildup on soda nozzles on the self-serve beverage machine.

Sori Sushi, 5236 Monroe, inspected July 25. 

● Cream cheese and rolls inside a cooler did not have date markings to indicate when they should be discarded.

● The hand-washing sink was not easily accessible.

Six-Pack Bar & Grill, 3223 W. Sylvania, inspected July 25.  

● Food employee(s) did not wash hands before putting on gloves after returning from a walk-in cooler and also touching raw beef.

● Raw shell eggs werew stored above cooked beef and boiled eggs inside reach-in coolers.

● There was no sanitizer solution in a bucket or spray bottle.

Signal Nite Club, 3922 Secor, inspected July 25.  

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

Shell Ottawa Hills #510, 4310 W. Central, inspected July 25.  

● Raw shell eggs were stored above ready-to-eat food items in the display cooler.

● There was buildup on soda nozzles.

Rosie’s Fine Foods, 606 N. McCord, inspected July 25.  

● An employee plating food, cutting bread, making drinks, making salads, and touching clean utensils with a soiled bandaged finger.

● Raw beef was stored over ready-to-eat food in a walk-in cooler.

● An employee touched cut lemons for drink by smashing lemons down into a container with their bare palm.

● An employee touched bread with their bare hands while cutting.

● Deli meats were not properly date marked to indicate when the food should be discarded.

● The inside of the ice machine, a can opener, and food containers were dirty.

Ali’s Meat Market, 3240 W. Sylvania, inspected July 25. 

● There was buildup of food debris inside the meat slicer machine.

● There was no sanitizer solution in a bucket or spray bottle.

Sautter’s Food Center, 9533 Waterville-Swanton, inspected July 25.  

● Cut melon in the produce display was not being held at the proper temperature.

● The deli counter case wasn’t holding food items at the proper temperature.

● Baby shampoo, baby oil, and other baby products were stored above the baby food.

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