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July 22, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, July 21

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Jacobi & Sons Pizzeria & Catering3100 Delaware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Bench-can opener blade soiled; wiping cloths used for food contact surfaces not stored properly in sanitizing solutions/dirty/not used only for this purpose true freezer-food stored uncovered, repeat.

• DATE: March 13

 

Marco’s Italian Deli & Cafe, 3024 Delaware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Microwave interior soiled; non-food-contact surfaces not cleaned as often as necessary to keep the equipment free of accumulations of dust, dirt, food particles and other debris; cook-line table soiled; hood filter soiled.

• DATE: March 19

 

Mia Dolcezza, 2872 Delaware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Frigidaire cooler-interior soiled; Frigidaire cooler missing thermometer, corrected; basement dry-storage lights not properly shielded, corrected.

• DATE: March 19

 

Orchid Asian Bistro, 2756 Elmwood Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: One dozen eggs stored on shelf above vegetables in glass-door cooler, no apparent contamination, corrected.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Three in-use knives stored in gaps between prep counter and coolers so that blades may come in contact with sides of counter and cooler; floor in kitchen soiled around wall perimeter and under appliances, repeat; wall at dish-wash area soiled.

• DATE: March 12

 

Peking Garden Chinese Restaurant, 3666 Delaware Ave.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Three trays of raw meat (chicken, beef) stored on shelf above oranges and broccoli in walk-in cooler, repeated, corrected.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Two rice scoops stored in standing water (in container), corrected; several uncovered containers of food in walk-in cooler.

• DATE: March 8

 

Prince Barbeque Inc., 2768 Elmwood Ave. B

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Four dozen eggs on storage shelf in kitchen since day before, corrected; three roast ducks and approximately 5 pounds of barbecue pork in front-counter steam table, hot box unit 61-63 degrees, corrected; approximately 3 pounds of uncooked fish on shelf above pre-packaged containers of dipping sauce in refrigerator, no apparent contamination, corrected; rear glass-door cooler at 50 degrees, corrected; front-counter steam table water was 81 degrees, corrected.

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