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

No violations:

Marco’s Pizza, 6801 W. Central, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 23.

Swisher Dogs, 6048 Atwell, inspected July 26.

Speedway, 2510 S. Reynolds, inspected July 26.

Subway JK Main Stickney, 4400 Chrysler, inspected July 27.

Papa John’s Pizza, 4024 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected July 27.

Los Panchos Co., 48 Alison, inspected July 27.

Hollywood Casino Mobile #2, 777 Hollywood, inspected July 27.

Hollywood Casino Mobile #1, 777 Hollywood, inspected July 27.

Tim Hortons, 6815 W. Central, inspected July 30.

Sylvania Children’s Center, 3421 Talmadge, inspected July 30.

Serrant Concessions, 1810 Jermain, inspected July 30.

Rite Aid, 3911 Secor, inspected july 30.

Pizza Cat Mobile #2, 4034 Monroe, inspected July 30.

Pizza Cat Mobile #1, 4034 Monroe, inspected July 30.

Little Generation Day Care, 700 Eleanor, inspected July 30.

 

Violations: 

St. Charles Hospital - Main Kitchen, 2600 Navarre, Oregon, inspected Aug. 22.

● Several perishable foods on salad bar were holding at unsafe temperatures.

Oregon Inn on Bayshore, 6067 Bayshore, Oregon, inspected Aug. 27.

● Slicer, can opener, and ice-machine apron were dirty.

Bayside Catering and Banquet Hall, 2759 Seaman, Oregon, inspected Aug. 27.

● Perishable food in reach-in cooler was holding at unsafe temperature.

Little Caesar’s Pizza, 2535 Starr, Oregon, inspected Aug. 28.

● Perishable foods were holding at unsafe temperatures.

Mail Pouch Saloon, 14260 Airport, Swanton, inspected July 27.

● The outdoor bar hand-washing sink was used improperly as a dump sink.

Valleywood Golf Club, 13501 Airport, Swanton, inspected Aug. 3.

● Beef for pizza and baked beans were not discarded when their seven-day expiration date was reached.

● The bar-area ice bin had dirty buildup and the slicer had dried buildup.

Taco Bell, 14255 Airport, Swanton, inspected Aug. 3.

● The self-service soda dispenser had syrup residue buildup on its nozzles.

Barron’s Cafe, 13625 Airport, Swanton, inspected Aug. 7.

● The pop nozzles and dispenser had dirty buildup.

Sunshine Corners Carry Out, 5950 Waterville Swanton, Swanton, inspected Aug. 15.

● Employees were washing but not sanitizing coffee pots, tongs, and other items.

Harry Hughes Horseman Haven, 5563 Waterville Swanton, Swanton, inspected Aug. 25.

● An employee was touching ready-to-eat food with bare hands.

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

● Cut tomatoes and sour cream on ice were holding at unsafe temperatures.

The Seafood Restaurant, 5504 W. Alexis, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 1.

● Rinse temperature in dishwasher was insufficient to sanitize dishes and utensils.

● The ice machine had dirty buildup inside.

Highland Meadows Golf Club - Main Kitchen, 7455 Erie, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 1.

● The ice machine’s inside surfaces had pink buildup.

Pita Sub Express, 4900 N. McCord, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 8.

● Grape leaves marked 7/​31 were not discarded upon reaching that expiration date.

● Meat pies in prep-top cooler were holding at unsafe temperature.

● Chemicals and medicines were stored improperly above the food-preparation sink.

Impact Fitness, 6416 River Crossing, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 15.

● The ice machine’s inside surfaces were dirty.

Mayberry Diner, 8253 Mayberry Square S., Sylvania, inspected Aug. 20.

● Employee was not stopping to wash hands between loading dirty dishes/​utensils in the dishwasher and unloading clean ones.

● An open bin of hot dogs in the prep-top cooler and cooked chicken in the walk-in cooler both lacked proper date marks.

● The can opener had dirty buildup.

● Dirty items stacked on top of basin blocked use of the kitchen hand-washing sink.

Sunset Village — Main Kitchen, 9640 Sylvania Metamora, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 8.

● Sanitizer dispenser at three-bay sink was not working properly.

Sunset Village - Freeman Family Kitchen, 9640 Sylvania Metamora, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 8.

● Chlorine sanitizer did not meet requirements for temperature or concentration.

Sunset Village - Bissell Family Kitchen, 9640 Sylvania Metamora, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 8.

● Chlorine sanitizer did not meet requirements for temperature or concentration.

● The ice machine’s inside surfaces were dirty.

Sunset Village - Barlow Family Kitchen, 9640 Sylvania Metamora, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 8.

● Chlorine sanitizer did not meet requirements for temperature or concentration.

China 1 Chinese Restaurant, 5834 Monroe, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 22.

● Raw chicken was stored improperly above ready-to-eat foods.

● Food on buffet line was not properly protected from contamination by consumers.

● Shrimp, onion rings, and chicken in buffet were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Sprouts, egg rolls, and garlic and oil were sitting out improperly at room temperature.

● Microwaves, slicer, food containers, cutting boards, and rice cooker were dirty.

Toledo Chicken & Waffle, 6556 Woodhall, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 23.

● Chicken in cooler was holding at unsafe temperature.

● Cups of ranch dressing were sitting out at room temperature.

Sylvan Pantry, 4900 N. McCord, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 27.

● Delivery boxes blocked hand-washing sink from being used.

Wingate Inn & Suites, 5480 S. Main, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 29.

● Propped-open door blocked hand-washing sink from being used.

Josephine’s Kitchen, 902 Lagrange, inspected July 26. 

● Potato salad was stored improperly next to raw shell eggs in the bottom section of prep cooler.

Subway, 4400 Chrysler, inspected July 27.

● Employee was washing hands without soap because of empty soap dispenser.

● Cleaned slicers on shelf had areas of food-debris buildup.

● Flies were present in the food-preparation area and at the serving station.

Subway Bodyshop KK, 4400 Chrysler, inspected July 27.

● Food employees failed to wash their hands after entering the facility from the outside and after handling 

● Person-in-charge failed to properly monitor employees’ hand-washing practices.

Ottawa Park Golf Course, 1 Walden Pond, inspected July 27.

● Expired sliced turkey and ham were present in opened bag inside reach-in cooler.

● Food debris buildup was present beneath kitchen-area coffee dispenser.

J.B. Simmons Jr. Fac. Bldg., 1001 Indiana, inspected July 27.

● Person-in-charge failed to ensure employees are notified of their obligation to report health information pertinent to food safety.

● Cole slaw and riblets were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Mop sink near second-floor kitchen had hose from faucet dangling improperly below flood rim of drain box, creating back-siphonage hazard.

● Many gnats were present in dry-goods storage room also used for food handling.

American Legion Pond Post, 3247 E. Manhattan, inspected July 27.

● Cut lettuce held in refrigeration lacked proper date mark.

● The kitchen microwave had food-debris buildup inside.

● Inside of ice machine had pink, brown, and black buildup.

The Fairways Bar & Grille, 8256 W. Central, inspected July 26.

● An employee touched food with bare hands.

● Prep cooler was holding foods at unsafe temperatures.

● Walk-in cooler was holding foods at unsafe temperatures.

Pizza Cat, 4034 Monroe, inspected July 30.

● Cooked chicken mix in reach-in cooler by kitchen area lacked proper date mark.

Panda Chinese Restaurant, 1531 W. Sylvania, inspected July 30.

● Employee picked up cut cabbage on the floor, then did not wash hands and continued food preparation.

● Employee did not wash hands between two working stations and touching doorknobs.

● Person-in-charge failed to ensure employees wash hands properly and failed to demonstrate necessary food-safety knowledge regarding thermometer use.

● Raw shell eggs were stored improperly above soy sauce in walk-in cooler.

● All refrigerated foods in establishment lacked proper date marks.

● Can-opener by kitchen area had heavy food-debris buildup on blade.

● No sanitizer solution was made before food preparation.

Paddy Jack’s, 6725 Central, inspected July 30.

● Refrigerated foods held longer than 24 hours lacked proper date marks.

Libbey, Inc. - Main Dining, 940 Ash, inspected July 30.

● Food items in walk-in cooler were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Pizza and hot dogs in warmer were holding at unsafe temperatures.

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