Niagara Gazette


September 3, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Sept. 1


• DATE: June 11


There were no violations at the following establishments:

• Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, 1594 Military Road

• Crown India Buffet, 431 Third St.

• Goat Island — Cave of the Winds, Mobile Unit

• Goat Island — Pedestrian Bridge, Mobile Unit

• Goat Island — Terrapin Point, Mobile Unit

• Goat Island — Tower, Mobile Unit

• Hyde Park Babe Ruth League Stand, 1414 Hyde Park Blvd.

• Prospect Pointe Cafe, 1 Prospect Point

• Three Sisters Trading Post, 454 Main St.

• Wegmans Food and Pharmacy, 1577 Military Road



Dockside Inn, 153 Sweeney St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Open boxes of single-use ware, potato chips and pretzels found stored on floor of upper dry storage area, must be stored at least 6 inches off floor.

• DATE: May 17

Dunkin Donuts, 3819 Forest Parkway


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Several boxes of frozen bagels found stored on floor of walk-in freezer rather than at least 6 inches off floor.

• DATE: June 18

The Lunch Truck No. 2, 448 Oliver St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Handles of plastic ware not facing same direction.

• DATE: July 1

The Lunch Truck No. 3, 448 Oliver St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Hand-wash station missing.

• DATE: July 1

The Lunch Truck & Commissary, 448 Oliver St.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Boxes and racks of soda need to be stored up off floor for cleaning; single-service utensils need to be stored with handles facing same direction; freezer in front needs defrosted; paper towels and soap not in dispensers; numerous flies present; thorough cleaning and organizing needed throughout; toilet paper not on holder.

• DATE: June 24

Yummy Thai, 92 Webster St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Packages of chicken parts were 44 to 48 degrees and sitting out on counter next to dishwasher, received hours earlier to be cut for service, moved to freezer.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Wiping cloth not stored in sanitizer solution; various counters have excess debris.

• DATE: May 28


There were no violations at the following establishments:

• First United Methodist Church, 65 Main St.

• St. Peters United Church of Christ, 1208 Oliver St.



Country Cottage Restaurant, 4072 Beach Ridge Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Food-testing thermometer stuck, replaced.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Box of chicken in walk-in cooler approximately 1 inch off floor, should be 6 inches; single-serve aluminum trays stored in cellar dry storage not covered.

• DATE: June 24

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