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November 4, 2012

Restaurant report card — Whitfield County

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Zacatecas Taqueria, 1320 Riverbend Road

Current score: 93

Current grade: A

Previous score: 91

Previous grade: A

Comments: Label all potentially hazardous food with use-by date. Cabinet needs replacing. Replace broken floor tiles. Replace damaged ceiling tiles (leak).

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 2131 E. Walnut Ave.

Current score: 89

Current grade: B

Previous score: 92

Previous grade: A

Comments: Invert single-service items once unwrapped. Replace torn gaskets. Clean outside/sides of equipment. Repair leaking line at ice machine. Repair floors and walls. Move “zapper” from over hand sink. Replace rusted-out door. Flies.

Burger Den, 2620 Chattanooga Road

Current score: 88

Current grade: B

Previous score: 85

Previous grade: B

Comments: Potentially hazardous food not held at 135 degrees or higher. Tenderloin and sausage at 117 degrees and 125 degrees respectively. The tenderloin and sausage was steamed to re-heat to 165 degrees since it was 30-45 minutes since it had been cooked. The drawer was cracked. Keep drawer closed to ensure proper hot holding temperature or use time as a public health control with procedure and documentation of time. Inspection report hidden behind flowers. The inspection report must be visible. Clean containers wet stacked. Air dry before stacking. Clean significant amount of debris off of the can opener blade.

Regency Park Health Care Center, 1212 Broadrick Drive

Current score: 86

Current grade: B

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: No paper towels at hand wash sink. Paper towels must always be available for proper hand washing. Potential hazardous food in walk-in at 46-47 degrees. Person in charge stated that there was a delivery and the door was open 1.5-2 hours. When there is a delivery, ensure that the door is closed when the delivery person goes back to the truck. Only leave the door open when absolutely necessary. Clean glasses wet stacked. Air dry before stacking. Also invert bowls in same area.

Dawnville Drive-In, 1359 Dawnville Road

Current score: 79

Current grade: C

Previous score: 89

Previous grade: B

Comments: Employee drink in bottle. Must be in single-service cup with lid and straw. Put use-by date on all opened/prepared potentially hazardous foods. Only a plain wedding band is permitted. Hair restraints are required. Store cloths in sanitizer at 100 ppm chlorine when not in hand. Do not put clean utensils in soiled containers. Do not towel dry utensils/equipment. Invert single-service items. Clean tops of equipment. Clean walls. Service Ansul. Keep window closed. Evidence of roaches. Change sticky paper in fly catcher.

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