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Restaurant Inspections

Restaurant Inspections: 3/4

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

No violations:

Brew Ha’s, 5801 Telegraph, inspected Feb. 22.

Buster’s Bar & Grill, 2704 Nebraska, inspected Feb. 23.

Bay View Yacht Club, 3900 N. Summit, inspected Feb. 23.

Ann’s Grill, 1008 N. Hawley, inspected Feb.

Rocky’s, 4020 Secor, inspected Feb. 27.

Toledo Northwest Ohio Food Bank Mobile, 24 E. Woodruff, inspected Feb. 28.

Family Dollar Store, 2849 W. Central, inspected Feb. 28.

Navarre Elementary School, 800 Kingston, inspected March 1.

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

Simply Soft Serve, 10 North 3rd, Waterville, inspected Feb. 22.

Progressive Fishing Association, 7675 Schadel, Whitehouse, inspected Feb. 20.

Lucas Co BD of DD-Holland-Adult Serv-Operator: AVI Food Systems, 1645 Holland, Holland, inspected Feb. 13.

Glass City Athletics, 1590 Albon, Holland, inspected Feb.13.

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

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

Saint Michael’s Center, 4001 Navarre, Oregon, inspected Feb. 2.

Bay Park Community Hospital ER-Operator: Firelands Vending, 2801 Bay, Oregon, inspected Feb. 2.

BP Husky Trailer City-Operator: AVI Food Systems, 4001 Cedar Point, Oregon, inspected Feb. 13.

BP Husky - Cafe-Operator: AVI Food Systems, 4001 Cedar, Oregon, inspected Feb. 13.

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

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

 

Violations:

Polly Fox Academy, 1505 Jefferson, inspected Feb. 22.  

● Hot dogs were not being held at the proper temperature.

● There was an air gap between a plumbing fixture and a piece of equipment that was not sufficient to prevent back siphonage of contaminated water.

Golden Rule Lodge, 636 Junction, inspected Feb. 22.  

● 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.

● A dirty pitcher was with clean items.

● The exhaust stack had dirty filters above the stove, fryer.

Cold Fusion Creamery, 3136 Markway, inspected Feb. 22.  

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

● Cooked chicken and cut lettuce were not being held at the proper temperature.

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

Buckeye Carry Out, 740 Buckeye, inspected Feb. 22.  

● Raw bacon was stored with ready-to-eat ham and bologna as well as milk.

Woodward High School-Operator: Toledo Board of Education, 600 East Streicher, inspected Feb. 23.  

● A vending machine failed to shut off automatically when required and the temperature was not maintained.

The Oarhouse Bar & Grille, 5044 Suder, inspected Feb. 23.  

● Food employee(s) did not wash hands after smoking outside and before serving drinks at the bar.

● Person in charge did not ensure their employees are properly trained in food safety.

● There was no sanitizer solution setup and the dishwashing machine did not have any sanitizer solution in it.

● Food utensils and equipment were being washed inside the dish washing machine that didn’t have any sanitizer solution in it.

● Sliced tomatoes were kept beyond their “discard date.”

● The hand washing sink was not easily accessible.

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

Josephine’s Kitchen, 902 Lagrange, inspected Feb. 23.  

● Sweet potatoes were not being held at the proper temperature.

Iggy’s, 128 Main, inspected Feb. 23.  

● There was buildup in the ice machine.

Ozone, 1701 Lagrange, inspected Feb. 24.  

● Raw chicken stored on the same shelf as lemons.

Mecca Temple, 1343 Avondale, inspected Feb.26.  

● 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.

● Ice maker was dirty.

● There was an air gap between a plumbing fixture and a piece of equipment that was not sufficient to prevent back siphonage of contaminated water.

Making A Difference, 1101 Woodstock, inspected Feb. 26.  

● 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.

Inky’s, 3945 N. Detroit, inspected Feb. 26.  

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

● A portion cup was in a container with diced tomatoes.

● Dressing and sauce were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Foods held refrigerated for more than 24 hours were not properly date marked showing when they should be discarded.

● A sanitizer bucket didn’t have the proper amount of sanitizer solution in it.

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

● There were animal droppings in the basement on the floor and on shelves.

● Chemical containers were not properly labeled with the name of the material.

Dollar Dollar Plus, 1341 Dorr, inspected Feb. 28.  

● Animal droppings were found.

Plate One, 420 Madison, inspected March 1.  

● 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.

● Shell eggs were stored above other food.

Stone Oak Country Club, 100 Stone Oak, Holland, inspected Feb. 23.  

● Pasta and corn were kept past their “discard date.”

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

● Raw meat was being improperly cooked.

● A prep cooler wasn’t holding food at the proper temperature.

● There were cracked and melted plastic food containers.

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

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

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

● Several food items weren’t being held at the proper temperature.

● Raw chicken was left thawing in the 3-compartment sink.

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

● Two shelves of a display cooler weren’t keeping food at the proper temperature.

Seafood Restaurant, Inc., 5504 W. Alexis, Sylvania, inspected Jan. 30.  

● The rinse temperature in a dishwashing machine was not adequate to sanitize dishes and utensils.

Bai Du Restaurant, 7629 Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected March 1.  

● Food held refrigerated for more than 24 hours was not properly date marked.

● There was buildup in a sink designated for food preparation.

● There was buildup on a can opener blade and parts.

● The water in the steam well was dark/​needed to be changed and there was food debris present.

● There was buildup on a food slicer.

Executive On The Main, 5629 Main, Sylvania, inspected March 2. 

● Raw shell eggs were being stored above other food items.

● Potatoes were not being held at the proper temperature.

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