Restaurant Inspections: 2/12


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Recently expelled investigation reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

No violations:

Chipotle Mexican Grill, 7229 W. Central, legalised Jan. 11.

J-Cups Pizza, 5406 N. Summit, legalised Jan. 12.

Hill St. Pub, 6240 Hill, legalised Jan. 12.

Club Irie Lounge, 1609 W. Bancroft, legalised Jan. 12.

Quality Time Child Care, 2315 Dorr, legalised Jan. 16.

Hot Pot Asian Grill, 4038 Talmadge, legalised Jan. 16.

Panera Bread, 4050 Talmadge, legalised Jan. 17.

Waffle House, 2454 S. Reynolds, legalised Jan. 18.

TGI Fridays, 1334 Bernath, legalised Jan. 18.

Sherman Elementary School, 817 Sherman, legalised Jan. 18.

 

Violations:

Middle East Market, 4623 W. Bancroft, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Chicken breasts, rice, and immature bean stew were not being hold during a correct temperature.

● Packaged sausage and pita bread had blank labels.

Libbey, Inc.- Main Dining, 940 Ash, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Raw belligerent meat, duck breast, bags of lettuce, tuna salad, boiled eggs, tender bombard eggs, and duck salad were not being hold during a correct heat in a walk-in cooler.

● Foods hold refrigerated for some-more than 24 hours were not scrupulously date noted in a reach-in cooler.

● There was buildup on a interior aspect of a dispensing section to a coffee machine.

Kroger, 2257 N. Holland Sylvania, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Raw duck was stored above lamb.

Howard’s Drive Thru, 1001 Nebraska, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Person in assign did not safeguard that employees are sensitive in a verifiable demeanour of their shortcoming to news information about their health as it relates to diseases that are endemic by food.

● Eggs were stored above beverages and sausages on a same shelf.

● There was a leaking condensor section in a walk-in cooler. The liberate H2O was conflict a soothing splash beverages directly next a leak.

● A prepared/​prepackaged underling was not being hold during a correct temperature.

● About 20 hamburgers in a sell refrigeration arrangement didn’t have use by/​sell by date markings.

● Utensils and storage containers were dirty.

G. M. Food Mart, 526 N. Detroit, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Person in assign did not safeguard that employees are sensitive in a verifiable demeanour of their shortcoming to news information about their health as it relates to diseases that are endemic by food.

Fowl and Fodder, 614 Adams, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Counter arrangement cooler was not holding food during a correct temperature.

Family Pantry, 4319 Heatherdowns, legalised Jan. 11.  

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

● The coffee pot and components to a cappuccino appurtenance were not sanitized during a compulsory frequency.

Eddie Lee’s, 4700 Nantucket, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Tartar salsa that had been date noted was not rejected when required.

● Hand soaking penetrate was being used for functions other than palm washing.

Dairy Mart, 3380 Lagrange, legalised Jan. 11.  

● Raw bombard eggs were stored directly above drinks inside a walk-in cooler

● Raw bacon was stored with ready-to-eat dishes inside a potion arrangement case.

Triple Crown Lounge, 2122 N. Holland Sylvania, legalised Jan. 10.

●The palm soaking penetrate was being used for functions other than palm washing.

Bier Stube, 5333 Monroe, legalised Jan. 11. 

● Food apparatus were not being hold during a correct temperature.

● Food was noted to be rejected after 8 days instead of a seven-day limit.

● There was buildup in a ice appurtenance and on a soda gun during a bar.

● Degreaser and chemicals were stored above foil and basket lines.

 Vito’s Pizza, 5145 Summit, legalised Jan. 12.  

● A food worker went true to doing food apparatus from a oven after returning from food smoothness outward but soaking hands.

● The chairman in assign did not safeguard that employees are scrupulously sanitizing apparatus or utensils.

● A bag and bin of duck chunks were hold over a 7-day use by/​discard date.

● The food credentials stations were not being spotless during a compulsory frequency.

● The palm soaking penetrate was not simply accessible.

Serenity Diner, 1826 Bancroft, legalised Jan. 12.  

● Potato salad, cut lettuce, and cheese were not being hold during a correct temperature.

● There were no date markings on mac and cheese, soup, baked chicken, and ham.

● Expired baked beef fritter was inside a walk-in cooler.

● Hand soaking penetrate was being used for functions other than palm washing.

Steak Escape, 5001 Monroe, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Employees were donning gloves but soaking hands prior.

● Person in assign did not safeguard that employees are sensitive in a verifiable demeanour of their shortcoming to news information about their health as it relates to diseases that are endemic by food.

● Lemonade enclosure had buildup on a projection and around a inside lid. Ice appurtenance also had buildup on a inside.

Robert’s Food Spirits, 2633 N. Detroit, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Person in assign did not safeguard that employees are sensitive in a verifiable demeanour of their shortcoming to news information about their health as it relates to diseases that are endemic by food.

● Raw prepackaged beef was stored above a adult beverages.

● Utensils and mechanism storage containers were dirty.

● There was an atmosphere opening between a plumbing tie and a square of apparatus that was not sufficient to forestall behind siphonage of infested water.

Quality Time Too, 2301 Dorr, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Person in assign did not safeguard that employees are sensitive in a verifiable demeanour of their shortcoming to news information about their health as it relates to diseases that are endemic by food.

Olive Garden Italian, 1919 S. Reynolds, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Mashed potatoes and soup were not scrupulously rejected when required.

● There was buildup on a can opener blade.

New Glass Bowl Lanes, 5133 Telegraph, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Raw hamburger beef patties and tender bacon were stored above ready-to-eat foods. Ham was stored directly above bags of tender belligerent beef but any separation.

● There was pinkish buildup on a defense inside an ice machine.

● The wastewater and sewage is conveyed by a use of an unapproved system.

Meijer, 7240 W. Central, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Raw duck was stored above beef.

Manhattan’s Pub N Cheer, 1516 Adams, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Ice builder was dirty

● Ice builder dip needs to be thrown divided since of moment in it.

Jed’s Cafe, 855 S. Holland Sylvania, legalised Jan. 16.  

● Dishwashing appurtenance does not automatically allot antiseptic and sanitizer.

● Ice appurtenance was dirty.

Fuzzys Taco Shop, 3332 W. Central, legalised Jan. 16.  

● There was no chairman in assign benefaction in a food facility.

Erie Food Market, 727 Galena, legalised Jan. 16.  

● The chairman in assign did not safeguard that employees are scrupulously sanitizing apparatus or utensils.

● Lettuce cabbage and cut melons were not being hold during a correct temperature.

● Foods hold refrigerated for some-more than 24 hours were not scrupulously date noted in a deli arrangement box and in a pizza prep cooler.

● There was a buildup of food waste on a deli slicer.

● There was no sanitizer resolution accessible in a deli dialect during tender beef cutting, furnish preparation, and doing of ready-to-eat foods.


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