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July 1, 2013

Niagara County restaurant inspections published June 30

NIAGARA FALLS

Chili’s Bar & Grill1526 Military Road

CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Eight packages of beef and one package of turkey found in cold hold at grill site between 50 and 65 degrees, packages were stacked in cold hold above chill line, cook voluntarily discarded.

NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Storage area for styrofoam containers has boxes on floor and non-food service items mixed with food service items; two hand-wash stations in kitchen area had no soap.

DATE: April 8

China Garden727 Portage Road.

CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Food boxes stored on floor of walk-in freezer, moved and corrected; frost buildup in upright freezer in rear of kitchen and in small freezer in refrigerator in front of store.

DATE: April 1

Christos Restaurant2117 Military Road

CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: None.

NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Thermometers missing from refrigerators in rear store room; low temperature auto dishwasher not injecting soap and bleach, wash manually until fixed.

DATE: May 1

Colosso Taco & Subs2440 Pine Ave.

CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: One carton of raw eggs and one container of raw chicken stored above ready-to-eat items in cooler, worker voluntarily moved raw items to bottow shelf.

NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Single-service containers not stored properly in dispenser, (stored upright and out of wrapper in kitchen), corrected; proper sanitizer solution not prepared for storage of wipe cloths, corrected; thermometer missing from prep cooler on front line, corrected.

DATE: April 8

David’s Home of the Steak Hoagy8442 Niagara Falls Blvd.

CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Using inspector’s calibrated food-testing thermometer, temped raw chicken wings (53 degrees), raw sliced beef (60 degrees) and ground beef (54 degrees) in “true” cooler by line, in speaking with owner, the above raw meats had been in there for more than two hours, owner voluntarily discarded meat, corrected; using inspector’s calibrated dial thermometer, temped true cooler on hot line to be at 55 degrees ambient, potentially hazardous foods were moved to walk-in, owner turned cooler down and moved away from wall, cooler was at 45 degrees at end of inspection, corrected.

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