Restaurant inspections: Feb. 15, 2015

February 15, 2015 - garden totes

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a “risk-based” investigation stating routine for restaurants and other food handlers.

Bird-in-Hand Farm Supply, 2805 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, Feb. 6. Food stored directly on building in walk-in cooler, freezer and room area, rather than 6 inches off building as required. Static mud accumulation on condensing-unit fan guards. Current laboratory H2O exam formula not on file.

Dolce Vita Pizzeria Grill, 33 Friendly Drive, Quarryville, follow-up, Feb. 6. No violations.

Hoss’ Steak Sea House No. 37, 840 N. Hanover St., Elizabethtown, Feb. 4. End caps blank from light shields for salad bar. Door gaskets on refrigeration units damaged, with excess accumulations creation surfaces not cleanable. Totes, crocks, space savers and food storage containers damaged, with blank territory creation them not cleanable. Floor of beef chest during prepare line is rusted with excess accumulations and is not cleanable. Exterior surfaces of ice appurtenance have decay and bark paint, creation them not cleanable. Deeply scored slicing play not resurfaced or rejected as required. Floors shop-worn in kitchen, credentials areas and walk-in beef cooler. Cove moldings inside and out for prep walk-in have damage, with excess accumulations. Dock categorical doorway is not parsimonious wise during bottom and side.

Lucky Ducks Bar Grille, 45 N. Market St., Elizabethtown, Feb. 5. Raw meats stored over ready-to-eat food equipment in refrigeration units. Raw beef equipment stored over fish/seafood items. Lights via kitchen and credentials area not safeguarded or guarded. Cooled soups usually reheated to 110-120 degrees for prohibited holding and not 165 degrees for 15 seconds as required. Cloth broom henceforth commissioned as a hoop for chest freezer. Door gaskets on refrigeration units damaged. Deeply scored slicing play not resurfaced or rejected as required. Area behind and underneath prepare line has aged food and douse accumulations. Residue accumulations and fragrance benefaction on surfaces around douse trap hire in basement. Hand-wash penetrate during bar being used for other purposes. Interior surfaces of dish-washing section have excess and hard-water deposits. A application penetrate or a tempered cleaning trickery with building dull is not provided. Paper towel dispenser dull during hand-wash penetrate in ware-washing area.

Cloister Restaurant, 607 W. Main St., Ephrata, Feb. 4. Food worker wearing bracelets while scheming food. Scoop for crushed potatoes stored in enclosure of H2O that is not confirmed during 135 degrees or above. Wet wiping cloths not stored in sanitizer solution. Internal feverishness of duck gravy on outward of steam list totalled 130 degrees and not 135 or above as required. Employee not wearing a hair patience while scheming food. Heavily scored slicing house not resurfaced or rejected as required. Plastic utensils used for cooking are little and little from feverishness and are not durable underneath normal use. Grease accumulation benefaction of hood baffles. Residue benefaction on soda appurtenance nozzles. Walk-in cooler building needs to be cleaned.

Staples No. 1091, 365 N. Reading Road, Ephrata, Feb. 2. No violations.

Richard M. Heagy Inc., 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 6. Not all food is scrupulously labeled.

Rhoda’s Breads, 955 S. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 6. Dispensing mechanism indispensable for self-service samples. Dust accumulation benefaction on hood baffles.

Raub’s Sub Shop No. 5, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 6. No violations.

Cozy Coffee Shop, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 6. Bulk chocolate-covered coffee beans, flavored coffees and teas are unlabeled.

Countryside Bakery, 955 S. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 6. Not all baked products are labeled.

Turkey Hill No. 118, 3400 Compass Road, Gap, Feb. 2. No violations.

School House Inn Inc., 3298 Compass Road, Honey Brook, Feb. 2. Floor tiles in bar area shop-worn or missing. shelves in drink cooler not spotless during a magnitude to obviate accumulation of mud and soil.

Teavana, 142 Park City Center, Feb. 2. No violations.

Fruity Swirls, 100 Park City Center, Feb. 2. Employee personal equipment found on shelving section and not stored in salsa bedrooms or identified storage area as required. Facility does not have sanitizer exam strips or exam pack to establish suitable sanitizer concentration.

Boscov’s Department Store, 800 Park City Center, Feb. 2. No violations.

Bavarian Pretzel Bakery, 100 Park City Center, Feb. 2. No violations.

Good Life Ice Cream Treats, 2088 Fruitville Pike, Feb. 2. No violations.

Good Life Ice Cream Treats Mobile Unit No. 3, 2088 Fruitville Pike, Feb. 3. No violations.

Forry’s Country Store, 820 Ivy Drive, Feb. 3. Person in assign not means to yield support that pretzels are from an authorized source. Commercially processed ready-to-eat food, located in beef and cheese arrangement opposite and hold for some-more than 24 hours is not being noted with a date it was opened.

Berries LLC, 2347 Oregon Pike, Feb. 2. No violations.

Thomas Grocery and Deli, 321 N. Marshall St., Feb. 5. No violations.

Seventh Ward Republican Club, 138 N. Prince St., Feb. 5. No violations.

Naters Taters LLC, 120 N. Duke St., Feb. 5. No violations.

Conestoga Valley Middle School, 500 Mount Sidney Road, Feb. 5. No violations.

Weaver Inc., Central Market Lancaster, Feb. 6. No violations.

Torres Grocery, 136 S. Ann St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Soul Burrito, 120 N. Duke St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Mad Dash Concessions, 120 N Duke St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Arbor Place Youth Center, 520 North St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Rachel’s Cafe Creperie, 201 W. Walnut St., Feb. 5. No violations.

Nanak Enterprises/Gas Mart, 653 Columbia Ave., complaint, Feb. 5. Frozen microwavable sandwiches, a potentially hazardous, ready-to-eat, food requiring date markings, was not date marked.

Lombardo’s Restaurant, 216 Harrisburg Ave., Feb. 5. No violations.

PO Market Inc., 111 W. Orange St., Feb. 6. No violations.

OJ Deli Grocery No. 2, 101 Pearl St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Chameleon Club, 223 N. Water St., Feb. 6. No violations.

Turkey Hill No. 035, 298 Main St., Landisville, Feb. 3. A operative enclosure of griddle cleaner stored on same shelf with single-service articles. No pointer posted during hand-washing penetrate to remind employees to rinse hands; repeat defilement from prior year. Hand-wash penetrate in storage area blocked by mop bucket and not permitted during all times for worker use; repeat defilement from prior year.

A Gourmet Garden, 16 Newport Road, Leola, Feb. 3. Foods stored in walk-in cooler were not covered. Bulk food part storage containers not labeled with common name of food. Wet wiping cloths not being stored in sanitizer solution. Food in walk-in freezer stored on building instead of 6 inches off a building as required. Raw duck thawing during room temperature, that is not an authorized thawing method. Facility reusing No. 10 cans for food storage; they are deliberate single-use items. No chemical sanitizer bucket set adult to purify and sanitize food hit surfaces. One faucet during three-compartment penetrate leaking.

Bountiful Harvest, 2110 Horseshoe Road, Feb. 5. No violations.

Turkey Hill No. 073, 5 W. 28th Division Highway, Lititz, Feb. 4. Certification is not posted in a plcae celebrated to a consumer. License to work is not posted in this facility.

Lititz Elementary School, 20 S. Cedar St., Lititz, Feb. 4. No violations.

Lititz Christian School, 501 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz, Feb. 4. Condiments on salad smorgasboard do not have sneeze ensure or other effective protection. Internal feverishness of turkey-cheese sandwiches during portion window totalled reduction than 120 degrees rather than 135 degrees or above as required. Facility is reusing cosmetic containers dictated to be single-use articles. Chlorine chemical sanitizer residual rescued in final sanitizer rinse cycle of a low-temperature sanitizer dishwasher was 0 ppm and not 50-100 ppm as required.

Donegal Intermediate School, 1175 River Road, Marietta, Feb. 5. No violations.

Lancaster Career and Tech Center, 432 Old Market St., Mount Joy, Feb. 3. No violations.

Donegal Primary School, 1055 Koser Road, Mount Joy, Feb. 3. No violations.

CVS Pharmacy No. 2494, 525 W. Main St., Mount Joy, Feb. 4. No violations.

Classy Crab @ LCCT, 432 Old Market St., Mount Joy, Feb. 4. No violations.

Simp-Lee Seafood, 732 W. Main St., Mount Joy, Feb. 5. Food utensils in front food credentials area stored in a enclosure of H2O that is not confirmed during 135 degrees. Packaged prohibited crab dip, smashed fish portions, bacon-wrapped scallops, cocktail salsa and escargot are but full labels and part listings. Mahogany clams in walk-in freezer not stored with a shell-stock tab identifying product. Clean image racks were stored on building in ware-washing area.

Sleep Inn Suites, 310 Primrose Lane, Mountville, opening inspection, Feb. 5. Facility does not have a three-compartment penetrate for primer ware washing. Pink muck benefaction on deflector image of ice maker.

New Holland Family Restaurant, 624 W. Main St., New Holland, Feb. 3. Employee wearing watch in food credentials area. Salad tongs fibbing opposite lettuce. Hood baffles had douse accumulation. Screws in interior of ice appurtenance lid are rusted. Facility is reusing cosmetic containers dictated to be single-service articles. Dumpster does not have tight-fitting lid. Some roof tiles in behind prep room are bent and H2O stained.

New Holland Elementary School, 126 Eastern School Road, New Holland, Feb. 3. Hand-washing penetrate to a right of three-bay penetrate is not operational.

Jim’s Specialty Hoagies, 677 W. Main St., New Holland, Feb. 3. Internal feverishness of chopped tomatoes, cheese, fry beef and salami magnitude 46 degrees and above, rather than 41 degrees or or below. Thermometer in bain marie is false by 6 degrees. Bain marie is handling during 48 degrees rather than during 41 degrees or reduction as required. Deeply scored slicing house not resurfaced or rejected as required.

Weis Markets No. 133, 2600 Willow Street Pike, Willow Street, Feb. 4. Dust benefaction above beef make-up section with intensity to pervert items. Employees were not wearing brave covers. Food in bakery dialect stored directly on building in walk-in cooler rather than 6 inches off a building as required. Static mud accumulation on hood filters in a deli. The hand-wash sinks in deli and seafood departments do not have H2O during a feverishness of during slightest 100 degrees.

Lancaster County Willow Street Campus, 1730 Hans Mr. Drive, Willow Street, Feb. 4. Oil trickle benefaction on vast building mixer.

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