Niagara Gazette


August 26, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Aug. 25


• DATE: May 10


There were no violations at the following establishments:

Ken’s Eats and Treats, 6817 Ridge Road

• Lockport Little League, 6520 Lincoln Ave.



Scotchies Ice Cream, 2728 Main St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: CPR poster missing, corrected.

• DATE: May 15



Lighthouse Grill-N-Spirits, 5885 Main St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Gasket on left door of True cooler opposite hot line in disrepair; food debris on bottom of upright True freezer in kitchen; floor under grill has debris on it.

• DATE: May 21



There were no violations at the following establishment:

CNBSA Inc., 6570 Campbell Blvd. (Pendleton Town Park)



Ransomville Speedway Main Stand, Braley Road


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Vent hood above grill to the right of the entrane has accumulated food debris, one light out over grill; no covered trash receptacles in employee restroom; ceiling tiles missing in food prep area; ice holding box of fountain drink dispenser has dirt/grease buildup inside.

• DATE: May 9

Ransomville Speedway Pit Stand, Braley Road


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Inside and outside of two Pepsi coolers and white chest freezer covered in dust and debris; no covered trash receptacle in ladies’ room; hanging light above food prep area covered in dirt/debris.

• DATE: May 9



There were no violations at the following establishments:

Shawnee Country Club, 6020 Townline Road

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 6165 Walmore Road



Wilson House, 300 Lake St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Food uncovered in coolers throughout kitchen; standing water in bottom of flip-top prep cooler in kitchen; wiping towels not stored in sanitizer on cook line and at bar, repeat violation at bar; knives and spatulas not washed, rinsed and sanitized after each use; food debris in door track and on bottom of True cooler in area off banquet room; floor underneath cook line has food debris and grease buildup; broken floor tiles in cooler area off banquet room; paper being used to line shelf under banquet room bar and under sink near Pepsi cooler at bar, not easily cleanable surface; shelves worn/rusting in multiple coolers, not easily cleanable.

• DATE: May 15

There were no violations at the following establishments:

South Wilson Fire Co., 4194 Chestnut Road

Wilson Conservation Club, 2934 Wilson-Cambria Road



There were no violations at the following establishment:

Niagara Frontier Country Club, 1058 Lake Road

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