Restaurant Inspections

Fayette County Public Health conducted the following restaurant and food inspections, according to reports filed with the department.

Sept. 28

Country Cakes & Bakes, New Holland. Standard inspection. Violations: The walls inside of the kitchen area were found with an accumulation of soil residues, the physical facility must be cleaned as often as necessary to keep them clear. There were several spider webs found surrounding the front entrance an outside, the presence of insects must be controlled to minimize their presence by routinely cleaning, inspecting and using pest/controlling devices.

Court House Corner, 1106 Washington Ave. Standard inspection. Violations: The fan guards inside of the walk-in cooler were found with an accumulation of soil residues. The floor tiles inside the restrooms have not been repaired yet, stained ceiling tiles were found above sales floor area and above service counter, management stated that the owner of property refuses to make repairs to the facility.

Sept. 26

Pilot Travel Center #698, Jeffersonville. Standard inspection. Violations: A box of frozen cinnamon buns were found inside of the reach in freezer damaged, food packages must remain in good condition to protect the food from contaminants, an employee immediately removed the box and discarded it. The dispensing area underneath the pop nozzles on pop machines were found with an accumulation of food residue, food contact surfaces must be clean to sight and touch, management removed nozzles and cleaned the area immediately. The test strips for the chemical sanitizer was found expired, a test kit that accurately measures the sanitizer concentration must be provided. Several areas or items were found with an accumulation of soil residues; the microwaves, storage room area under ice machine, walk in cooler floor and shelves, the kitchen hand wash sink and the cabinets under the food stations located in sales floor area. Employee health notification policy was unavailable again. Employees must be informed of their responsibility to report any food borne illnesses to their managing staff. Management was able to find the policy upon completion of inspection. Management displayed good knowledge of food safety questionnaire however critical violations were present.

Sept. 25

Buckeye Hills Grille, Greenfield. Follow-up inspection. Violations: All plates and food contact surfaces are all now smooth and easily cleanable. The drink coolers are now clean to sight and touch therefore all previous violations have been corrected.

Sept. 21

Club 41, Greenfield. Standard inspection. Violations: Level two managers food safety certification was unavailable, category three food establishment must have at least one employee trained in level one food safety and are employees in level two, one employee per shift must be trained in food safety. A reach-in freezer and the walk-in freezers were found inoperable, both freezers were found empty and management is in the process of having these serviced.

Denny’s #8631, Jeffersonville. Follow-up inspection. Violations: The food items inside of the walk-in cooler are all now properly separated, the cups were now found clear to sight and touch as well as the ice machine. All utensils were removed from the cardboard wall and are now stored in cleanable containers. Management stated that now test strips have been ordered, and the hand wash and preparation cooler will be serviced today. The microwave, ice cream holder, reach-in cooler and freezer floor were also now found clean and the toaster was discarded.

Sept. 20

Buckeye Hills Grille, Greenfield. Standard inspection. Violations: Several chipped plates were found inside the kitchen area, food cooler surfaces must be smooth and easily cleanable. The coolers inside bar area were found with an accumulation of soil residues non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned at a frequency necessary to prevent accumulation of soil residues.