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September 1, 2013

Restaurant report card — Whitfield County

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Royal Oaks,

1220 Broadrick Drive

Current score: 87

Current grade: B

Previous score: 92  

Previous grade: A

Comments: Employee drink in cup without a lid or straw. Drinks must have lid and straw. Discarded. Corrected on site. Several out-of-date canned items. Discard out-of-date items. Discarded. Corrected on site. Food stored under leaking line in walk-in freezer. To protect from contamination, do not store under leaking line. Discarded. Corrected on site. Replace torn cooler gaskets. Clean floors behind equipment. Recommend keeping “dead man” trays for seven days.

Subway,

2709 Chattanooga Road

Current score: 87

Current grade: B

Previous score: 96  

Previous grade: A

Comments: Meatballs at 122.3 degrees, 122 degrees. Hold potentially hazardous food at 135 degrees or higher. Keep permit posted for public view. Corrected on site. Leak — hot back hand sink. Repair leak.

Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center, 2211 Dug Gap Battle Road

Current score: 85

Current grade: B

Previous score: 92  

Previous grade: A

Comments: Several foods were marked with past due date. Discard foods day of use-by date. Corrected on site. Oven cleaner in three-compartment sink. Put only those chemicals soap/sanitizer used in three-compartment sink in sink. Corrected on site. Several unsegregated, bent cans. Segregate bent cans. Corrected on site. Back area requires a ceiling.

Ryan’s Family Steakhouse,

819 Walnut Square Blvd.

Current score: 83

Current grade: B

Previous score: 86  

Previous grade: B

Comments: Chicken salad at 52 degrees, eggs at 45 degrees, chicken chunks at 48 degrees. Hold potentially hazardous food cold at 41 degrees or lower. Corrected on site. Potato wedges at 120 degrees. Hold potentially hazardous food hot at 135 degrees or higher. Several food items without dates. Two containers of pasta were past due. Date all potentially hazardous food in coolers. Discard after seven days with day one being prep day. Floors in poor repair.

Waffle House,

1527 W. Walnut Ave.

Current score: 72

Current grade: C

Previous score: 80

Previous grade: B

Comments: Two employee drinks in cups without lids. Drinks must be in single-service cup with lid and straw. Discarded. Corrected on site. Eggs at 70.4 degrees. Hold potentially hazardous food cold at 41 degrees or lower. Discarded. Corrected on site. Grits at 124 degrees. Hold potentially hazardous food hot at 135 degrees or above. Discarded. Corrected on site. Chocolate milk out of date. Discard foods on use-by date. Discarded. Corrected on site. Cloths not submerged in solution. Keep wiping cloths submerged in 200 ppm quat. Corrected on site. Replace torn gaskets. Replace broken floor/missing floor tiles. Gap at bottom on back door. Seal gap to outside.

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