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July 29, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, July 28

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B.K. Ryan Irish Pub, 3191 Eggert Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: In-use knives stored in gap between prep coolers so that blades may touch sides of cooler, repeat, corrected as of March 28; dumpster lid open, corrected as of March 28.

• DATE: March 8; re-inspected March 28

 

Brick Oven Pizzeria & Sports Bar Inc., 365 Somerville Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Three-door prep cooler and walk-in cooler lack thermometers, corrected.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Slicer contains stuck on food debris from previous use, corrected; ice scoop stored on top of ice machine, a non-sanitized surface, repeat; wall across from men’s room has deteriorated, peeling drywall.

• DATE: March 19

 

Buffalo Tap Room & Grill, 2309 Eggert Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Spatula stored in gap between pizza prep cooler and prep counter, corrected; prep cooler across from grill missing thermometer, corrected.

• DATE: March 1

 

Dairy Queen, 922 Brighton Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Accurate thermometer not provided for a refrigeration unit, corrected

• DATE: March 4

 

Dairy Queen, 782 Niagara Falls Blvd.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Containers of food not stored a minimum of six inches above the floor in walk-in cooler; adequate hair restraint not used by persons in food-preparation area.

• DATE: March 13

 

Dupont De Nemours Satellite, 3115 River Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Wiping clothes stored in dirty sanitizing solution, corrected; hood filter soiled.

• DATE: March 25

 

Franklin Middle School, 540 Parkhurst Blvd.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Deteriorated (water damage) plaster in middle school dining room on wall across from service line.

• DATE: March 22

 

Kenmore East Senior High School, 350 Fries Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: One rubber spatula in kitchen deteriorated, flaking apart.

• DATE: March 1

 

Marotto’s, 3365 Delware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Walk-in cooler shelving soiled; microwave interior soiled, corrected; spatula, several knives in kitchen stored in gap between prep counter so that utensils touch soiled side of counter, corrected; slicer has some food particles remaining on it, improperly cleaned after previous used, corrected.

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