Niagara Gazette


September 9, 2013

Restaurant inspections published Sunday, Sept. 8


• DATE: May 8; re-inspected May 29

Pizza Hut, 3127 Delaware Ave.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Walk-in cooler fan guards soiled; hood filters soiled; bulk bins not labeled in Hobart cooler.

• DATE: May 7

Romano’s Bakery, 725 Kenmore Ave.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Containers of food not stored a minimum of 6 inches above the floor in walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer; containers of food not stored a minimum of 6 inches above the floor in kitchen.

• DATE: May 30

Romano’s Bakery Mobile Unit, 725 Kenmore Ave.


• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: General cleaning needed prior to unit beginning seasonal operation.

• DATE: May 17

Royal Family Restaurant, 1320 Sheridan Drive

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Uncooked pork stored in cooler on shelf above feta, no apparent contamination, corrected.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Food bins double stacked at top of grill area line cooler, corrected.

• DATE: May 28


There were no violations at the following establishments:

• Castlebrook Catering, 701 Englewood Ave.

• Classic Lanes, 1840 Military Road



Jake’s Village Pizzeria, 4 State St.

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Slow-cooker of meatballs and sauce 110 degrees, owner said meatballs had been microwaved an hour before and placed in slow-cooker; instructed to microwave meatballs to 165 and hot hold back in slow-cooker at 140 degrees.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: No screen on open front door; back door screens have gaps at top and bottom allowing insect and rodent entrance; light in walk-in freezer broken; light shields missing from fixtures in kitchen above coolers.

• DATE: May 31



JC’s Marlboro Inn, 5894 Ward Road

• CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Personal beverage stored in reach-in cooler in kitchen, removed.

• NON-CRITICAL VIOLATIONS: Women’s restroom door self-closing device disconnected; light shields or shatterproof bulbs missing from fixtures in back pizza area and in bar area near black refrigerator; celery found stored next to cases of raw chicken wings in basement walk-in cooler, celery moved; accurate thermometers missing from pizza prep cooler and black bar refrigerator.

• DATE: June 6

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