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August 12, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Aug. 11

NIAGARA FALLS

Buzzy’s Pizza, 7617 Niagara Falls Blvd.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Squeezie in vegetable sink; removed; sanitizer downstairs smells of bleach but upstairs what comes out of hose at dish machine does not smell of bleach or have viscosity of bleach; entrance into dish room, walls on bottom half is not painted, bare wood.

• DATE: May 14

 

Mulligans Sports Bar & Gill, 4343 Porter Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Ice scoop handle in ice cubes and a bottle of ice tea in ice cubes bin behind bar, corrected, handle and ice tea were removed and cubes voluntarily discarded.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Paper towels not in dispensers in employee restroom or at hand-wash sinks.

• DATE: May 7

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There were no violations at the following establishments:

• India Kitchen, 360 Rainbow Blvd.

• Old Greenwalls, 9105 Cayuga Dr.

• Partners, 2105 Main St.

• Special Event Group (Mobile Unit), 620 36th St.

• Twist of the Mist, 18 Niagara St.

 

WHEATFIELD

Serafim’s, 2298 River Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Dial on food-testing thermometer was spinning freely, corrected, a new thermometer was purchased.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Wipe cloths out on countertop.

• DATE: May 17.

 

Bergholz Fire Company, 2470 Niagara Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Faucets leaking at left-side sink in chowder room and kitchen sink; light shields missing from fixtures in chowder room.

• DATE: April 29

 

Olympia North Family Restaurant, 3312 Niagara Falls Blvd.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Two dented cans of Sysco brand strawberry glaze found in downstairs storage area, owner moved cans to designated area to be returned to vendor, corrected; aerosol can with no label found on shelf above mop sink, employee believed it was stainless steel cleaner but was unsure, can discarded by employee, corrected; cooked sausage found in top of prep cooler next to grill in kitchen at 62 degrees, cook said sausage was cooked at 8 a.m., sliced then placed in top of cooler, product did not meet cooling time frame, voluntarily discarded by cook, corrected, cook advised not to use top of cooler unit for cooling.

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