Restaurant Inspections: 12/2

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

The Blade
Mon, 02 Dec 2019 05:00:00 GMT

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

No violations:

20 North Gallery & Venue, 18 N. St. Clair, inspected Nov. 2.

Swisher Dogs, 6048 Atwell, inspected Nov. 4.

Seaway Market Place, 1707 Cherry, inspected Nov. 4.

Scott High School, 2400 Collingwood, inspected Nov. 4.

Sandy’s Sandbox, 1920 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 4.

Magna Team Systems Main Break Room, 1800 Nathan, inspected Nov. 4.

Magna Team Systems - Molding, 1800 Nathan, inspected Nov. 4.

KFC Express, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 4.

El Camino Real, 2500 W. Sylvania, inspected Nov. 4.

Tropical Grill, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 5.

Toledo Skateland, 5735 Opportunity, inspected Nov. 5.

The Upper Echelon, 2705 Monroe, inspected Nov. 5.

Stop ’n’ Shop, 4142 Monroe, inspected Nov. 5.

Hush Showgirls, 532 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 5.

Ohlman Farm Market, 3901 Hill, inspected Nov. 5.

Munchies Again, 1401 Dorr, inspected Nov. 5.

East Toledo Senior Center, 1001 White, inspected Nov. 5.

East Toledo Family Center, 1020 Varland, inspected Nov. 5.

Denny’s, 6920 W. Central, inspected Nov. 5.

3 Hearts Learning Institute Childcare 3, 709 S.Byrne, inspected Nov. 5.

Sugar Hill, 710 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 6.

Robert’s Food & Spirits, 2633 N. Detroit, inspected Nov. 6.

Pizza Hut, 1654 Ralston, inspected Nov.. 6.

Huntington Center - Stand #3 T Town Treats, 500 Jeferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Huntington Center - Stand #2 Bait Shack South, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Huntington Center - Stand #10 Suite Level North, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Huntington Center - Portable #5 Pretzel, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Huntington Center - Portable #3 Pretzel, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Huntington Center - 5 Hole Donuts, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

Glenwood Elementary School, 2860 Glenwood, inspected Nov. 6.

Glass City Cupcakes, 3326 Glanzman, inspected Nov. 6.

Glass Bowl West 3, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 6.

Dream & Desires, 135 S. Byrne, inspected Nov. 6.

Briarfield At Glanzman, 3121 Glanzman, inspected Nov. 6.

Scott Park Concessions, 2400 Nebraska, inspected Nov. 7.

Mercy Health Care - School of Nursing-AVI Food Systems, 2200 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 7.

Mercy Health Care - Cafeteria Area-AVI Food Systems, 2200 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 7.

FCA-Body Shop Toledo Market C, 4400 Chrysler, inspected Nov. 7.

Takacs Grocery & Meat Market, 1956 Genesee, inspected Nov. 8.

Ray’s Party Store, 653 Main, inspected Nov. 8.

Hamburger Mary’s, 26 Main, inspected Nov. 8.

Club Yesterday, 321 N. Superior, inspected Nov. 8.

Alexis Gardens, 4560 W. Alexis, inspected Nov. 8.

Truth Lounge, 35 E. Alexis, inspected Nov. 12.

Steak’n Shake, 2141 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 12.

Ohio Living - Swan Creek, 5916 Cresthaven, inspected Nov. 12.

Lickity Split, 2021 Glendale, inspected Nov. 12.

Encore, 2114 W. Alexis, inspected NOv. 12.

Big Slice Pizzeria, 236 New Towne Square, inspected Nov. 12.

Arbors At Sylvania, 7120 Port Sylvania, inspected Nov. 12.

Toledo Technology Academy, 3301 Upton, inspected Nov. 13.

Schwan’s Home Service, 322 Arco, inspected Nov. 13.

Panera Bread @ Promedica, 2142 N. Cove, inspected Nov. 13.

McKinley Elementary School, 3344 Westland, inspected Nov. 13.

Downtown 518, 822 Monroe, inspected Nov. 13.

Subway, 5820 Hagman, inspected Nov. 14.

 

Violations:

Save-A-Lot, 2626 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 1.

● Raw ground turkey was stored improperly above raw bacon, raw chorizo above bologna, and raw turkey leg above ham steaks.

7-Eleven, 2601 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 1.

● No sanitizer bucket was set up during food handling.

Homeboys Sports Bar & Grille, 502 Main, inspected Nov. 2.

● Menudo was hot-holding at unsafe temperatures.

Tim Horton’s, 4735 Monroe, inspected Nov. 4.

● Food residue indicated improper use of back hand-washing sink.

● Milk sitting out of refrigeration was holding at unsafe temperature.

● Whipped beverage topping and light cream in beverage air cooler were holding at unsafe temperatures.

McCord Coney Island, 1801 N. McCord, inspected Nov. 4.

● Chlorine sanitizer in dish machine tested at 0 ppm.

● Chili in hot-holding unit was holding at unsafe temperature.

● Six large packages of raw ground beef out of refrigeration were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Tuna and gyro sauce were not discarded upon reaching expiration dates.

● Chicken and coleslaw lacked required date marks.

S&G, 1505 Eleanor, inspected Nov. 5.

● The bathroom hand-washing sink had a draining hose improperly attached to its faucet.

Long John Silver’s, 1814 W. Alexis, inspected Nov. 5.

● Fountain beverage nozzles were dirty with buildup.

Learners For Life Child Development Center, 3750 Monroe, inspected Nov. 5.

● Two chemical spray bottles lacked labels.

7th Heaven #2, 2516 N. Detroit, inspected Nov. 5.

● Insect spray was stored improperly above candy.

Burger Guys, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 4.

● Nacho cheese, chili, mushrooms, and cooked onions in warmers were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Sliced cheese, hot dogs, and raw ground patties in under-counter cooler were holding at unsafe temperature.

● Sliced cheese and open package of hot dogs in under-counter cooler lacked required date marks.

Subway, 3324 Secor, inspected Nov. 6.

● No sanitizer bucket was set up during food preparation.

● Meatballs in warmer were holding at unsafe temperatures.

● Brisket in prep cooler was holding at unsafe temperatures.

Speedway, 1708 Tremainsville, inspected Nov. 6.

● A box was stored improperly on the hand-washing sink.

Mr. Hero, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 6.

● Hand-washing sink in back kitchen area was blocked by a trash can.

● An employee used a hand-washing sink improperly as a dump sink.

● No sanitizer bucket was set up during food preparation.

● Nacho cheese in warmer was holding at unsafe temperature.

● Food items in three-door cooler and prep cooler lacked required date marks.

● Two chemical spray bottles in kitchen lacked labels.

Kroger, 4633 Suder, inspected Nov. 6.

● The hand-washing sink in the sushi department was blocked from access.

● The blades of a freshly cleaned saw, parts of a cleaned slicer, and parts of the meat-cutting machine in the meat department were dirty with protein buildup.

● Quaternary ammonium sanitizer in spray bottles throughout the deli and sushi areas and in the three-bay sink was at incorrect concentrations.

● Rotisserie chicken in retail hot case was holding at unsafe temperatures.

Huntington Center - Stand #7 Swamp Dogs Grill, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

● Cut tomatoes lacked a required date mark.

Huntington Center - Stand #6 Bait Shack North, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

● A cappuccino machine was dirty with buildup inside and in dispenser.

Huntington Center - Stand #1 Riverside Grill, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

● Chicken, fish, and pizza were hot holding at unsafe temperatures.

Huntington Center - Main Kitchen, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

● Inside of ice machine was dirty with black mold.

Huntington Center- Stand #5 Frog Town Burger, 500 Jefferson, inspected Nov. 6.

● There was buildup in an ice bucket on the ice machine.

Glass Bowl West 1, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 6.

● Nacho cheese was not being held at the proper temperature.

Good Times Bar & Grill, Inc., 5119 Jackman, inspected Nov. 7.

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

FCA-Toledo Paint Facility-Market C, 3800 Stickney, inspected Nov. 7.

● Bean & Cheese burritos and Sara Lee Lemon pies had no date markings to indicate when they should be discarded.

● Bean & cheese burritos were not discarded when required.

● Both of the display coolers had non-functioning automatic shutoffs.

Dana Toledo Axle Plant, 3044 Jeep, inspected Nov. 7.

● The automatic shutoff was not working on one of the coolers.

Miss Cue, 1720 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 8.

● The hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

Hot Sizzling Wok, 2333 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 8.

● Water chestnuts sitting out were not being held at the proper temperature.

● There were no date markings on egg rolls, fried chicken, and other foods to indicate when they should be discarded.

● A compartment sink had an improper plumbing connection between the drain and the sewage system.

Fassett Tavern, 26 Fassett, inspected Nov. 8.

● Raw hamburger and buffalo dip was in the same pan in a cooler.

Chinatown, 1750 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 8.

● A container of Napa cabbage had a bowl of food stored directly on top of it.

● Chicken, ribs, and wontons did not have required date markings to indicate when they should be discarded.

Childcare Ventures LLC, 3542 Glendale, inspected Nov. 8.

● Pizza and tator tots were not being held at the proper temperature.

Barney’s Convenience Mart, 7349 W. Central, inspected Nov. 8.

● Hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

● Drip edge inside the ice machine wasn’t clean.

The Toledo Club, 235 14th, inspected Nov. 12.

● There was buildup on the inside of two ice machines.

Sunrise Skillet, 1855 S. Reynolds, inspected Nov. 12.

● The hot-held gravy, egg wash, pancake, and waffle mix were all uncovered in the reach-in cooler on the cook line.

Miracle Lanes, 5030 Jackman, inspected Nov. 12.

● The hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

● The hand-washing sink had no running water because of a plumbing issue.

● There was no air gap or approved backflow prevention device on the plumbing system.

Magic Wok, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 12.

● Hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

● Wonton soup was held past its discard date.

Gas And Shop, 3100 N. Detroit, inspected Nov. 12.

● Laundry detergent was improperly stored above Pure Leaf Tea and Monster energy drink.

Frontera, 5375 Airport, inspected Oct. 23.

● Several items in the walk-in cooler were not covered.

● Pork, raw chicken, uncooked shrimp, and raw beef were not being held at the proper temperature.

● Items in the walk-in cooler were not date marked to indicate when they should be discarded.

Dragons Breath, 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 12.

● An employee was taking an order, then applying hand sanitizer instead of washing hands.

● Hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, 2213 Cherry, inspected Nov. 13.

● Employees couldn’t wash hands because there weren’t paper towels or hand soap.

● The hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

● There was a build up of food debris on the blades of a clean vegetable dicer and on parts of the dough mixer.

● There wasn’t enough sanitizer solution in a sink.

● Ham and sausage were not being held at the proper temperature.

East Side Mini Mart, 615 Oak, inspected Nov. 13.

● There was buildup on the Cappuccino machine and coffee dispenser.

7-Eleven Store, 537 Woodville, inspected Nov. 13.

● Coffee dispenser and sugar condiments holder had buildup on them.

Zacharya’s Eatery & Cafe, 3455 W.Alexis, inspected Nov. 14.

● The dishwashing machine was not dispensing chlorine.

Vito’s No. 13 LLC, 3392 Lagrange, inspected Nov. 14.

● There was food debris buildup on the blades of a recently cleaned vegetable dicer and on a drain board.

Subway, 648 Main, inspected Nov. 14.

● The ice cream mixer had debris on it while the ice machine dispenser had black buildup.

● Sauces and bacon had no date markings to indicate when they should be discarded.

So Sweet Lebanese French Pastries, 4038 Talmadge, inspected Nov. 14.

● Cut kale, cut spinach, and vegan grape leaves were kept past their discard date.

The Recovery Room, 2620 Airport, inspected Nov. 14.

● No person in charge was present in the facility.

Nori Japan Oh, Inc., 5001 Monroe, inspected Nov. 6.

● Hand-washing sink was being used for purposes other than hand washing.

● There was buildup on containers holding raw and cooked meats.

● Soiled knives were stored with clean knives on a magnetic strip knife-holder.

● Food debris was stuck on rice cooker lid and around rice cookers.

● There was buildup on a slicer.

● There was not enough sanitizer inside a sanitizer bucket.

● Facility is not following proper procedure when removing rice.

Lee’s Oriental Market, 2527 W. Laskey, inspected Nov. 14.

● Eggplant, fish, and other side dishes were sitting out at room temperature.

● There were no date markings on food held over 24 hours to indicate when they should be discarded.

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