Niagara Gazette


August 5, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Aug. 4


There were no violations at the following establishment:

• Burt Restaurant, 2083 Lockport-Olcott Road



Niagara Landing Wire Cellars, 4434 VanDusen Road


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: No sanitizing solution; no choke poster, one given; no CPR kit.

• DATE: April 8


There were no violations at the following establishment:

• Tuesday’s Place, 3997 Lower Mountain Road



There were no violations at the following establishments:

• Hartland Bible Church, 8110 West Ave.

• Royalton-Hartland Concession Stand, 50 Park Ave.



Amigo’s Restaurant, 1609 Kenmore Ave.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Fry press surfaces soiled; ventilation hoods/filters/duck work not properly cleaned/maintained, repeat; food stored uncovered in front prep cooler.

• DATE: April 15

Buffalo Ling Ling Garden, 2758 Elmwood Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Sliced vegetables and cooked noodles temped at 52-55 degrees, cook voluntarily placed items back in cooler.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Debris on ground at rear of building, corrected as of April 30; two uncovered bins containing standing water observed on ground outside rear of building, corrected as of April 30; rice stored in non-food grade galvanized steel can next to three-bay sink, corrected as of April 30; several bags of flour and sugar in rear room not covered, corrected as of April 30; scoop in rice cooker lacks handle, discarded and replaced with suitable scoop.

• DATE: April 9; re-inspected April 30

The Delaware Pub & Grill, 3410 Delaware Road


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Several condiment squirt bottles in kitchen not labeled; food prep employee not wearing hair restraint at time of inspection, repeat, corrected.

• DATE: April 10

Kenmore’s Original Mike’s Subs, 2826 Delaware Ave.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Dispensing bottles not labeled; food containers not properly labeled in prep coolers.

• DATE: April 30

Malone’s, 3020 Delaware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Freezers in rear shed heavily fire-damaged, items still in freezer at time of inspection, told not salvage any items, repeat April 23 and April 24; bar cooler out of order due to tripped circuit due to fire, all sliced fruits and juices found to be below 45 degrees, all items moved to walk-in cooler.

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