Restaurant Inspections


Fayette County Public Health recently released the following restaurant inspections:

January 23

Bob Evans Restaurant, 1800 US 62 NE. Follow-up inspection. Violations/ comments: all canned goods and food packages observed were in good condition. The dishes are now clean to sight and touch. The gravy was at 170 degrees Fahrenheit and 180 degrees Fahrenheit, therefore safe to serve since it is above 135 degrees Fahrenheit for hot hold. All food items observed within the coolers were date marked and within the past due date and seven day requirement.

Club 41, 11210 State Route 41 N, Greenfield. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: the hand-sink inside of the women’s restroom is leaking. The walk-in cooler is still inoperable and is currently being used for storage of beer and soda. The double door refrigerator located in main kitchen is not working. All equipment must be maintained in good repair.

Court House Manor, 555 N Glenn Ave. Standard and Critical Control Point (FSO) inspections, consultation. Violations/ comments: plates, bowls and juice pitchers found with food residue in main kitchen area. Mold residue was found inside of the ice machines located in A. Acres pantry and C. Derby pantry. Food contact surfaces must be cleaned to sight and touch. The juice pitchers had a white film on the bottom which was removable by touch. Also, the ice machine has mold residue. According to the kitchen manager, the food is only reheated to 135 degrees Fahrenheit for hot holding. Perishable food that is cooked, cooled and reheated for hot holding must be reheated to 165 degrees Fahrenheit or above to destroy harmful organisms. A jacket with cat hair all over it was found stored on the wall inside A. Acres pantry over a clean utensil cart. Personal items must be stored separately from food preparation and service areas to prevent contamination. The scoops found submerged into ice within the ice machines located in A. Acres pantry and C. Derby pantry. The scoop handles must be positioned out of the food content to prevent contamination. Disposable cups and utensils found stored inside ice cafe cabinets (soiled) out of their protective wrap. Single service articles must be stored in clean, dry locations or stored inside their protective wrap as long as contamination is prevented. Plastic coffee cups found scratched and heavily stained and no longer easily cleanable. These cups were found at all kitchenette areas. Food contact surfaces must be free of cracks, smooth and easily cleanable. The following areas were found with soil accumulation: all kitchenette drawers and cabinets, pantry walls and floor, kitchenette microwaves and refrigerators. Non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned at a frequency necessary to prevent soil accumulation. Knowledge and responsibility: the person in charge is certified in food safety and knowledgeable about the critical control points however, several critical violations were present.

January 22

Carriage Court WCH, 500 Glenn Ave. Standard and Critical Control Point (FSO) inspections. Violations/ comments: the right side of the stove is not working. According to the person in charge, a work order was submitted to have this fixed. All equipment must be maintained in good repair. Knowledge and responsibility: the person in charge is certified in food safety and knowledgeable about critical control points. No critical violations present.

January 17

Bob Evans Restaurant, 1800 US 62 NE. Standard and Critical Control Point (FSO) inspections. Violations/ comments: dented cans found on the canned good rack located in storage room. Food packages must remain in good condition to protect the food from contaminants. Plates and measuring spoons found with food residue and stored inside utensil drawer and shelf. Food contact surfaces must be cleaned to sight and touch. The gravy was at 130 degrees Fahrenheit located on the steam table. Perishable food in a hot holding state must be at least 135 degrees Fahrenheit or above to limit the growth of pathogens. The gravy was discarded immediately. Several food items were found past the “use by” date inside of the walk-in cooler and main kitchen reach-in-cooler. Diced chicken, tomatoes, mixed veggies and salmon were all found past the “use by” date. Perishable food must be discarded by the expiration or “use by” date or within seven days for food safety. The microwaves were found with soil accumulation. Non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned as often as necessary to prevent soil accumulation. The storage room was found with trash on floor and dirty towels lying around. The facility must be cleaned at a frequency necessary to keep it cleaned. Knowledge and responsibility: the person in charge is trained in food safety and is knowledgeable about critical control points however, critical violations were present.

January 15

Arbys #6781, 1840 Columbus Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/ comments: clear food containers found stored stacked while wet. After cleaning and sanitizing, food equipment and utensils must be air dried. The kitchen cabinet where the condiments are stored and the dining room cabinets were found with soil residue. Non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned at a frequency necessary to prevent soil accumulation. The overall cleanliness was satisfactory. Thank you.