Restaurant Inspections


Fayette County Public Health recently released the following restaurant inspections:

November 5

Court House Corner, 1106 Washington Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: Q. solution test strips were provided however, the facility is now using chlorine (bleach) as their chemical ware sanitizer. A test kit that accurately measures the sanitizing solution must be provided. The fan guards inside of the walk-in cooler were found dusty. The restroom floor and walls were found with soil accumulation. The facility must be cleaned as often as necessary to keep it clean.

Two Scoops of Sugar, 249 E. Ct St. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: a few containers found holding dry food content without labels. Containers holding food that were removed from its original package within the establishment must be labeled. A few condiment containers and a plastic utensil drawer chest located under the coffee station were found with soil accumulation. Non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned as often as necessary to prevent soil accumulation.

United Dairy Farmers, 1710 Columbus Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: several food items located on the hot dog heated roller were found at 110 degrees Fahrenheit and below: hot dogs at 100 degrees Fahrenheit, sausage at 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Reheated commercially packaged food items must be heated to at least 135 degrees Fahrenheit for hot hold. According to the person-in-charge, these food items were placed on the roller 1.5 hours prior to the inspection however, the heated roller settings were on hot dog holding instead of heat. The settings were adjusted immediately. According to a food employee, the food items rose to about 200 degrees Fahrenheit and were burnt so they discarded these items and replaced them with fresh product. After 1.5 hours, the food items were checked and were at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The settings were readjusted again and rechecked 30 minutes later and the hot dog and sausages were at 180 degrees Fahrenheit. One hour later, the hot dogs and sausages were at 165 degrees Fahrenheit. The staff was told to make sure these food items are heated to at least 135 degrees Fahrenheit prior to changing setting for hot hold. The following areas were found with soil accumulation: walk-in cooler fan guards and floor, storage room floor (especially under shelves) and microwave. Nonfood contact surfaces must be cleaned as often as necessary to prevent soil accumulation.

October 31

Tim Hortons #911037, 520 Clinton Ave. Follow-up inspection. Violations/ comments: the coffee/ tea containers are now clean. According to management, they were soaked and scrubbed. The cappuccino machine is now clean also.

October 30

Washington High School, 400 S. Elm St. Standard and Critical Control Point (FSO) inspections. Violations/ comments: food container lids found stored under boxes on a shelf inside main kitchen area. Food equipment and utensils must be stored in clean, dry location and away from possible contaminants. The lids were removed immediately and placed in a clean location. According to the person in charge, temperature for the cool down procedures for food are not recorded and it is recommended that they do so to ensure proper cooling methods.

October 29

Woodys Cafe, 222 N. Main St. Follow-up inspection. Violations/ comments: the refrigerator is now reading at 38 degrees Fahrenheit therefore, it is now safe to store perishable food in this unit. Thank you.

Tim Hortons #911037, 520 Clinton Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: several large coffee and tea containers were found either heavily stained or unclean. Food contact surfaces must be clean to sight and touch, smooth and easily cleanable to prevent contamination. The cappuccino machine was found with food residue on inside and outside of machine. Food and nonfood contact surfaces must be cleaned at a frequency necessary to prevent soil accumulation. One of the toilets inside of the women’s restroom was found inoperable. Also, the hand wash sink near the preparation cooler is leaking as well as the hot water line located under the preparation table near the front ovens. The facility and all equipment must be maintained in a state of good repair.

October 28

Pizza Hut-Popeyes Chicken, 12403 US Route 35 NW, Jeffersonville. Follow-up inspection. Violations/ comments: the food containers and pop nozzles are now clean. The following areas are now clean: walk-in cooler ceiling, hand sink area and pop machine area.

Travel Center of America, 12403 State Route 35 NW, Jeffersonville. Follow-up inspection. Violations/ comments: the “Big Az Cheeseburgers” located inside the hot cabinets and now at 140 degrees Fahrenheit in retail store. The Choboni Yogurts, lunchables and all other perishable food are now stored inside a different cooler and reading at 38 degrees Fahrenheit. The coolers located near the cash registers previously holding their food items are only used to store pop.

October 22

W&W Dry Cleaners Laundry & Linens, 131 E. Court St. 30 day inspection. Violations/ comments: the facility now has a Margarita machine in which to parts would need to be washed, rinsed and sanitized. According to management, the facility will be installing a ware wash sink by the first of November. Bleach is provided for the chemical sanitizer and chlorine test strips were ordered. The food preparation station is satisfactory.