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Restaurant Inspections: 4/15

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

No violations:

Speedway, 6757 Airport, Holland, inspected April 5.

Menard’s Inc., 3100 Brown, Oregon, inspected April 5.

Sitto’s Bakery, 3342 Indian, Ottawa Hills, inspected April 6.

Southview High School, 7225 W. Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected April 9.

Speedway, 5430 Monroe, inspected April 5.

Libbey Hall, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected April 5.

Educare Academy IX, 1940 W. Laskey, inspected April 5.

Seagate Center - Starbucks Portable, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Seagate Center - Starbucks, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Seagate Center - Stand #C, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Seagate Center - Stand #B, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Seagate Center - Stand #A, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Seagate Center - Main Kitchen, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 6.

Rod’s Bar & Grill, 2755 Lagrange, inspected April 6.

Subway, 5820 Hagman, inspected April 6.

Pilot Travel Center, 5820 Hagman, inspected April 6.

Nutritious Nelle, 1441 Superior, inspected April 6.

Frozen Frenzy, 3333 Airport, inspected April 6.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe, 5221 Monroe, inspected April 9.

St. Ursula Academy, 4025 Indian, inspected April 9.

Speedway, 1525 W. Alexis, inspected April 9.

Speedway, 5904 W. Central, inspected April 9.

Seagate Center - Popcorn Two, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 9.

Seagate Center - Popcorn One, 401 Jefferson, inspected April 9.

Rachel Michael’s Gourmet Popcorn, 5307 Monroe, inspected April 9.

Kinder Care Learning Center, 2812 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected April 9.

J-Cups Pizza, 6725 W. Central, inspected April 9.

Greenwood Elementary School, 760 Northlawn, inspected April 9.

East Toledo Senior Activities Center, 1001 White, inspected April 9.

Deb’s Soft Kreme, 1326 Navarre, inspected April 9.

Chappy’s Snappy Dogs, 5527 Brooke Point, inspected April 9.

Bambino’s Pizza, 1515 Eleanor, inspected April 9.

Academy of Educational Excellence, 728 Parkside, inspected April 9.

Stewart Elementary School, 707 Avondale, inspected April 10.

Starbucks, 6975 W. Central, inspected April 10.

Rite Aid, 114 S. Byrne, inspected April 10.

Raymer Elementary School, 550 Raymer, inspected April 10.

Notre Dame Academy, 3535 W. Sylvania, inspected April 10.

Netty’s, 4675 Monroe, inspected April 10.

Martin Luther King, Jr., Elementary School, 1300 Forest, inspected April 10.

Harvard School, 1949 Glendale, inspected April 10.

Garfield Elementary School, 1103 Ravin Parkway, inspected April 10.

Dorr Elementary School, 1205 King, inspected April 10.

Byrnedale Elementary, 3635 Glendale, inspected April 10.

Brightside Academy, 2300 Lagrange, inspected April 10.

Boyd’s Retro Candy Store, 954 Phillips, inspected April 10.

Birmingham Elementary School, 2222 Bakewell, inspected April 10.

Mom & Pop Kettle Corn, 6640 N. River, Waterville, inspected March 29.

Sweet Retreat, 1276 Michigan, Waterville, inspected April 9.

Heritage Village of Waterville, 555 Anthony Wayne Trail, Waterville, inspected April 9.

Anthony Wayne High School, 5967 Finzel, Whitehouse, inspected March 26.

 

Violations:

Firepit Grille, 7723 Airport, Holland, inspected April 3. 

● Salmon, burgers, chicken, and cheese were not being held at the proper temperature. 

● A lid from a container was stored in the hand sink in the back prep area. 

Texas Roadhouse, 6137 Trust, Holland, inspected April 5. 

● Fish, shrimp, and ribs were not being held at the proper temperature. 

● Degreaser was stored above potatoes. 

Bob Evans Farms LLC, 6435 Centers, Holland, inspected April 5. 

● There was a large chunk of ice in hand-washing sink. 

Quality Inn, 1401 East Mall, Holland, inspected April 6. 

● Apples were being washed with no back flow prevention device in three-bay sink. 

● A container was stored in hand-washing sink.

Steak Escape, 1385 Conant, Maumee, inspected April 5. 

● Dressing cups were not being held at the proper temperature. 

Jo Jo Pizza, 5614 Mayberry Square, Sylvania, inspected April 9. 

● There was a buildup on the inside surfaces of the ice machine and the slicer. 

Biggby Coffee, 4031 N. McCord, Sylvania, inspected April 9. 

● There was a crack in the ice scoop container (repeat from last inspection). 

● There was a square container with several cracks.  

● There were coffee grains and coffee in both sinks designated for hand washing. 

Speedway, 2502 W. Alexis, inspected April 5. 

● There was sticker residue on clean containers. 

Sparky Donuts & Ice Cream, 1357 W. Sylvania, inspected April 5. 

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

Mayberry Diner, 3606 W. Sylvania, inspected April 5. 

● There were cell phones in prep area hand sink and ice in front of another hand sink. 

Magic Wok - University of Toledo, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected April 5. 

● A bag of cooked chicken was not properly date marked in a counter cooler by the kitchen area. 

Family Food Center, 1212 N. Detroit, inspected April 5.  

● An employee chewed gum in meat-cutting area.  

● A hand sink in vegetable-cutting area was not fully stocked.

● Raw ground turkey was stored above raw red meats, and raw red meats were stored above cut yellow/​green peppers. 

Domino’s Pizza, 5350 Airport, inspected April 5. 

● There was no sanitizer solution set up at the beginning of the inspection. 

Lil Sheba, 1380 W. Alexis, inspected April 5. 

● Employees were not washing hands in an approved hand-washing sink. 

● Pasta salad, potato salad, beans, green beans, and corn were not properly date marked. 

Village Carry Out, 1407 Bernath, inspected April 6. 

● Raw shell eggs were stored above milk. 

The Chunky Monkey, 1904 Arlington, inspected April 6. 

● There were food items without date marks. 

Taco Bell, 3460 Airport, inspected April 5. 

● A dirty utensil was stored in the prep sink. 

● Cheese and guacamole were not being held at the proper temperature. 

S&G, 1455 S. Byrne, inspected April 6.

● There was no person in charge present in the food facility. 

Dollar Dollar Plus, 1341 Dorr, inspected April 6. 

● 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.

Church’s Chicken, 1102 South, inspected April 5. 

● A food employee and manager moved from cashier station to food prepping without washing their hands. 

● Lettuce was not being held at the proper temperature. 

● No sanitizer bucket was set up.

● Chemical spray bottles were improperly labeled with the wrong chemical name.

Chubby’s American Grill, 7050 W. Central, inspected April 6. 

● A bartender touched lemons with his bare hands and put them in customers’ drinks. 

● Chili, chicken, cheese, salami, tomatoes, and noodles were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Rice, hot dogs, pulled pork, and lettuce were not properly date marked. 

● Tartar sauce that had been date marked was not properly discarded when required. 

● There was buildup in ice machine, mixer, food containers, and slicer. 

Anne Grady, 2139 S. Byrne, inspected April 6. 

● Some foods were not properly date marked. 

● Hot dogs were stored past date mark in the cooler. 

Ali Baba Grill & Bakery, 5464 Monroe, inspected April 6. 

● Deli meat and rice  were not properly date marked. 

● There was buildup inside the ice machine and on a can opener blade and holder. 

One Stop, 1256 Broadway, inspected April 9. 

● 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.

My House Diner, 5042 Lewis, inspected April 9. 

● Employee did not wash hands prior to putting on gloves. 

● Some items in reach-in cooler had no date mark. 

● Chicken, guacamole, and gravy were held past the expiration date. 

● The rear hand sink was blocked by a table. 

Little Caesar’s Pizza, 4302 Lewis, inspected April 9. 

● Pizzas on ready rack were not being held at the proper temperature. 

Dollar Tree, 545 Dorr, inspected April 9. 

● 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. 

Bakery Unlimited, 6636 W. Bancroft, inspected April 9. 

● Person in charge did not know in which sink employees should wash their hands. He/​she stated that staff members wash their hands in three-bay sink or mop sink. 

● Hand sink blocked by bakery boxes. 

Whiteford, 5473 Monroe, inspected April 10. 

● A sanitizing solution did not meet the minimum requirements for temperature, concentration, and/​or water hardness. 

● There was buildup on the beverage dispenser ice chute. 

Trinity Lutheran School, 4560 Glendale, inspected April 10. 

● Ranch, Italian, and catalina dressing were not being held at the proper temperature. 

● Dish-washing machine was not dispensing sanitizer.

Rise And Shine Academy, 3248 Warsaw, inspected April 10. 

● Milk was left sitting out at a serving station.

Holy Trinity Day Nursery School, 1825 Glendale, inspected April 10. 

● Some foods were not held at the proper temperature. 

● Hot dogs in the cooler did not have a date mark. 

Holiday Inn Express, 5855 Hagman, inspected April 10. 

● Omelette, sausage links, and sausage patties were not properly date marked. 

● There was debris buildup on the interior of the coffee machine in the kitchen. 

Subway, 24 N. Third, Waterville, inspected April 9. 

● There was buildup on the pop nozzles.

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