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August 26, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Aug. 25

HARTLAND

Harris Farm Market, 8475 Ridge Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Boxes of ice cream cones stored directly on floor.

• DATE: May 30

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There were no violations at the following establishment:

Town of Hartland Snack Bar, 8942 Ridge Road

 

LEWISTON

Niagara at Barton Hill, 100 Center St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Potentially hazardous foods not kept at or below 45 degrees during cold holding, all temperature-controlled for safety foods were voluntarily discarded, cooler to be looked at and adjusted; not enough refrigerated storage equipment present, properly designed, maintained or operated so that all potentially hazardous foods are cooled properly and stored below 45 degrees as required.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: High-temperature dishwasher not sanitizing; paper towel dispenser at hand-wash station empty; light shield missing from fixtures above mixer, near alcohol coolers, light shield cracked above dishwasher.

• DATE: May 3

The Water Street Landing, 115 S. Water St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Thermometers missing from various refrigeration units; kitchen hood has light bulbs covered with glass hoods, one light not working, one working light hood is filled approximately one quarter of the way with water, electrician to address; floor and walls have excessive debris; no CPR kit or sign present.

• DATE: June 7

Waves at the Moose, 112 S. Water St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Some grease buildup underneath fryers in kitchen.

• DATE: June 13

Whirlpool Park Little League Stand, 3100 Lewiston Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Coolers of canned beverages found not properly drained of melted water at time of use.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Sanitizer not available for wiping cloths.

• DATE: May 20

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There were no violations at the following establishment:

Smith Brothers Pizza, 790 Center St.

 

TOWN OF LOCKPORT

Pour Boyz Grill and Tap Room, 6241 S. Transit

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Inspector tested sanitizer bucket to be improper dilution, correction.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Front and back door open allowing for possible insect or rodent entrance, both doors closed and corrected; ceiling in walk-in has debris, floors under shelving in walk-in have debris; lights in basement are not shielded.

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