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September 30, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Sept. 29

NIAGARA FALLS

Arby’s Roast Beef Restaurant, 600 Portage Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Ice scoop found stored on the counter were volun tarily cleaned and santized then placed in container to protect from cross-contaminating serving of ice. Single-use toweling missing in men’s room. Hand drier machine not operating. Operator reported parts on order for hand drier, awaiting repair.

• DATE: Aug. 12

•••

There were no violations at the following establishments:  

• Casale’s Tavern and Motel, 6908 Buffalo Ave.

• Tim Hortons, 1900 Military Road

 

NORTH TONAWANDA

Big Daddy’s, 715 Oliver St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Cardboard found lining shelving in walk-in freezer, employee removed cardboard.

• DATE: Aug. 31

Brando’s Pizza, 354 Oliver St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Bags of ice on floor in walk-in freezer; wiping cloths dirty, not stored in sanitizing solution, therefore counters not sanitized after use; bottle marked solution needs to be marked sanitizer; no toilet paper in restroom.

• DATE: July 30

Crazy Jake’s, 26 Webster St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Ice scoop on bare wood shelf at basement ice maker; any vertical and flip-top coolers without thermometers to confirm temperature; freezers at base of basement stairs have excess debris; excess debris on floor near cooler at back of kitchen.

• DATE: Aug. 20

Papa Leo’s Pizzaria, 2265 Niagara Falls Blvd.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Cardboard found under pizza press in basement saturated with oil, employee removed cardboard. 

• DATE: Aug. 22

Romeo’s Ristorante, 16 Webster St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Hose was hanging in water in sink, corrected.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• DATE: July 30

Shores Waterfront Restaurant, 2 Detroit St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS:  Raw chicken stored over burger patties and salmon, operater rearranged items so chicken was on bottom. 

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Hamburger patty temperature was 59 degrees, patty was in top of line cold-hold unit,  operator said patties were placed there at approximately 11 a.m., patty was voluntarily discarded; frost buildup in various freezers throughout kitchen and store room; debris buildup in walk-in cooler; debris buildup on shelving in walk-in cooler; debris buildup on inside and outside of ice machine. 

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