March Restaurant Inspections Announced


Fourteen routine and nine follow-up restaurants were inspected in March. All inspections are available at the Lewis County Health Department. Call 304-269-8218.
-Tri-Lakes Convenience Store faced one critical and one non-critical violation. There was expired spread in refrigerator and a cracked door on small freezer.
-Robert L. Bland Middle School received no critical violations and three non-critical violations, which were old caulking on three bowl sink, sliced cheese expired, and dirty ceiling above both milk coolers.
-Burger King received one critical violation and five non-critical violations. They were single service items opened at wrong end, lack of food handlers on site, lack of labeling on sauce, lack of thermometer in small refrigerator, dirty microwave and dirty floor below trash cans.
-Dairy Queen was cited for two critical violations and nine non-critical violations. The critical violations were food held at wrong temperature and dirty ice scoop. The non-critical violations were lack of food handlers card, single service items opened at wrong end, lack of labeling on sauces, lack of labels and dates on meat, dirty microwave, dirty reach-in coolers, drink station too cluttered and dirty, dirty top of ice cream dispensers and dirty shelf below toppings. They received no violations on a follow-up inspection.
-Flying Dogs received three critical violations and four non-critical violations. They were employee eating lunch on line, food held at wrong temperature, lack of food handlers cards on site, lack of dates on food, lack of thermometer in drink refrigerator and mold on ceiling above freezer in storage room.
-Jane Lew Truck Stop received four critical violations, which were employee did not wash hands before handling food, employee drink not in proper container with straw, dirty ice scoop with sediment in holder and lack of labeling on sanitizer bucket. The non-critical violations were small plates not inverted, single service items opened from wrong end, lack of labeling on condiments, dirty shelf in two door cooler and freezer, dirty microwave, no hand washing sign at either restroom and dirty floor in walk-in freezer. They received no violations on a follow-up.
-The Service Station in Jane Lew received two critical violations and three non-critical violations. They were raw meat stored above ready to eat food, mold in ice machine, lack of food handlers cards on site, lack of hair restraint on employee in food area and mop not hung up to dry after use.
-J&J Mountaineer Mart received six critical violations and three non-critical violations. They were food held at wrong temperature, food debris in aluminum storage bin, lack of sanitizer test kit, lack of labeling on sanitizer bottle, burned out light in walk-in freezer, dumpster on gravel instead of concrete and dirty vents in beer cooler.
-Roanoke Elementary School received two critical violations and one non-critical violation. They were employee food with students’ food, lack of labeling on slicer chemical and old food in freezer.
-Midway mart received one non-critical violation, which was lack of tight fitting self-closing door on restroom.
-Coffee Bar received one non-critical violation, which was mop was not hung up to dry after use.
-Ice Cream Barn received one critical violation and one non-critical violation. They were cold milk dispenser not properly holding temperature and lack of hair restraint on employee in food prep area.
-Pizza Hut received four critical violations, which were employees eating food in wrong area, dirty pans below cutting line, dirty inside of ice machine and sprayer nozzle broken. They received eight non-critical violations, which were expired food handlers cards, lack of labeling on sauce, test kit lack color wheel to determine the PPM, lack of labeling on three bowl sink, dirty outside on freezer and two door dough refrigerator, leaking drip line on ice machine, dirty area beside three bowl sink, and dirty floor around deep fryer.
-Arby’s received two critical violations, and four non-critical violations. They were raw meat stored above ready to eat food, food held at wrong temperature, expired food handlers cards, single service items opened from wrong end, dirty bin between ice cream and drink machines and dirty vent and oven top.
Follow-Ups
-Kathy’s Riverside Restaurant received one critical violation, which was an employee was observed handling ready to eat food with bare hands.
-Kentucky Fried Chicken received no violations.
-Little Caesars received no violations.
-Flying Dogs received one critical violation and one non-critical violation. They were food held at wrong temperature and lack of food handlers cards on site.
-The Service Station received two critical violations and two non-critical violations. They were expired food in two door refrigerator, employee observed handling ready to eat cheese with bare hands, lack of food handlers cards and mop not hung up after use.

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