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July 28, 2013

Restaurant report card — Whitfield County

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Los Pablos, 1513 W. Walnut Ave., Suite 6

Current score: 93

Current grade: A

Previous score: 81

Previous grade: B

Comments: A wet, stained cloth was being used underneath a cutting board. Do not leave or use a wet cloth on a food contact surface. All wet cloths must be stored in sanitizer water when not in use. Wet cloths harbor bacteria. A container of shrimp was observed stored in a container in contact with ice. Shrimp was drained and ice removed. Do not store food in direct contact with ice to avoid contamination via ice.

Ann’s Place, 2499 Abutment Road

Current score: 93

Current grade: A

Previous score: 95

Previous grade: A

Comments: Cloth on counter top. Store cloths in sanitizer at 100 ppm chlorine. Keep current inspection posted. Clean fan. Service Ansel. Clean floors. End cap missing off of light shield.

Bruster’s Real Ice Cream, 1307 Dug Gap Road

Current score: 93

Current grade: A

Previous score: 83

Previous grade: B

Comments: Hair restraints required. All service windows must be fully self-closing.  

Shoney’s, 1302 W. Walnut Ave.

Current score: 92

Current grade: A

Previous score: 80

Previous grade: B

Comments: Sanitizer too weak in cloth buckets. Maintain 200 ppm minimum. Corrected on site. Wet stacking. Air dry containers fully prior to stacking. Use scoops with handles. Do not use drinking cups. Replace broken floor tiles.

Domino’s Pizza, 222 W. Cuyler St.

Current score: 90

Current grade: A

Previous score: 82

Previous grade: B

Comments: Employee drinks in bottles. Drinks must be in single-service cups with lid and straw. Unapproved insecticide. Use only approved insecticides approved for use in commercial food service. Corrected on site. Replace torn gaskets.

Pizza Hut, 1505 W. Walnut Ave.

Current score: 87

Current grade: B

Previous score: 94

Previous grade: A

Comments: Box of pineapple stored on floor. Store all food 6 inches up off floor. Corrected on site. Two food handlers without hair restraints. All food handlers must wear effective hair restraints. Pizza boxes on floor. Store food contact items/single-service items 6 inches up off floor. Spray arm must not fall below flood rim of sink. Repair floors/walls/ceilings. Flies. Do not put anything under bug light.

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