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POSTED: August 3, 2014 12:14 a.m.

July 11

Heavenly Sweets and Biscuits
984 Athens St. SE, Gainesville
Score: 93, Grade: A
Food handlers wearing rubber bracelets and watches. Entrance to employee restroom from kitchen has two doors, so only one would need to have a self-closer, but currently neither door is equipped with a self-closer. Nylon screen fastened in back door opening with velcro is not able to be closed tight enough in opening to seal doorway to possible insect/rodent entry.
Inspector: Wentworth

Subway No. 3322
1260 Candler Highway, Gainesville
Score: 95, Grade: A
Hand sink in kitchen has become unsealed from splashguard and back panel. Trash receptacle in women’s restroom is uncovered. Sink in men’s restroom needs a thorough cleaning, and at a frequency to maintain general cleanliness. Flies present in food prep areas (frontline and kitchen) as well as bathrooms and seating area.
Inspector: Wren

July 14
Gainesville — Hall County, Meals on Wheels
430 Prior St., Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Hall County Senior Center
434 Prior St., Gainesville
Score: 96, Grade: A
Ice machine with mold on baffle.
Inspector: Black

Total Assets Auction
6944 Holly Springs Road, Lula
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Wentworth

July 15
Hibachi Buffet
1500 Browns Bridge Road, Suite 117, Gainesville
Score: 77, Grade: C
Several plastic “Coke” cups with soda on prep tables in kitchen. Knife stone attached to board laying in hand sink in prep area. Most foods in reach-in coolers, sandwich units (inside) not covered. Cooked chicken out in bus tubs to “cool” in walk-in cooler barely cooling at room temperature. Within 1« hours not cooling at rate that would ensure 135F to 70 within two hours as required would be met. Cooked chicken put into deep bus tubs to cool first at room temperature and then put into walk-in cooler with lids put on containers that once covered will not allow for heat to escape. Frozen block chicken laying in standing water at meat prep sink. Frozen fish in bags laying in prep sink with only trickle of water in sink above the packages. Many soiled wiping cloths on prep surfaces throughout kitchen at start of inspection.
Inspector: Wentworth

Taqueria Las Palmas No. 2
1276 Industrial Blvd, Suite 1B, Gainesville
Score: 96, Grade: A
Cloths used to wipe food contact surfaces not stored in sanitizer between uses. Pans, containers stacked wet.
Inspector: Black

July 16
Double D Burger
2236 Jesse Jewell Parkway, Gainesville
Score: 95, Grade: A
Food handlers not wearing hair restraints. Fans, can opener holder, shelves underneath prep areas with food residue.
Inspector: Black
Double D Burger No. 1
2236 Jesse Jewell Parkway, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Arby’s No. 1030
634 Shallowford Road, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Wren

Little Caesars No. 1592-10
5866 Spout Springs Road Suite D, Flowery Branch
Score: 96, Grade: A
Lexan dishes that were drying after being cleaned and sanitized had greasy film on them.
Inspector: Wren

The Collegiate Grill
22 Main St., Gainesville
Score: 86, Grade: B
Reach-in freezer with prepared shake cups full of ice cream and not covered. Cut tomatoes and shredded cheese kept on ice for use with temperatures of 48F-60F. Raw hamburger in two-door reach-in sandwich unit pattied in AM (10-11 a.m.) with temperatures of 46F-49F. Raw hamburger in two-door reach-in cooler at 46F. Using Time as a Public Health Control (TPHC) for blanched hand-cut french fries but no time was marked on blanched fries for start/end of four hours. In-use knife to cut sandwiches stored between cold well and prep table — this area does not get cleaned and sanitized as required for storage of in-use utensil (every four hours).
Inspector: Wentworth

Wings & Philly
2115 Athens Highway, Suite A, Gainesville
Score: 92, Grade: A
Bottles of water on prep tables. No dates on prepared foods in coolers.
Inspector: Black

July 17
Chick-Fil-A at Stonebridge
5905 Spout Springs Road, Flowery Branch
Score: 98, Grade: A
Handles on coolers need to be cleaned more frequently because of possible contamination after food handlers use handles then touch or prepare food. Gaskets on coolers also need cleaning to remove food debris.
Inspector: Wren
Captain D’s
3522 Thurmon Tanner Parkway, Oakwood
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Wren

Athena Pizza
6986 McEver Road, Suite A, Buford
Score: 82, Grade: B
Foods stored in coolers and walk-in coolers not covered. Vegetable slicer with heavy food residue, slicer, pans with food residue. No dates on ready-to-eat food. Cut potatoes stored on floor in walk-in cooler and underneath tea urn receiving splash from tea. Floor mixer, underneath fryers, outside bulk containers cooler doors, all shelves with heavy food residue. Floors throughout entire kitchen, underneath fryers, inside walk-in cooler, underneath three-compartment sink etc. with heavy buildup of foods — clean all floors — ceiling tiles in back of kitchen damaged and walls behind three-compartment sink area with debris — replace all ceiling tiles and clean walls — cove baseboard damaged throughout kitchen and is in process of being replaced. Numerous adult and baby roaches seen throughout kitchen, dry storage areas.
Inspector: Black

july 21
The Blue Cow and Whistle Stop Cafe of Lula
6031 Main St., Lula
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Wentworth

july 22
Subway/The Pantry - KE No. 3342
5804 Cornelia Highway, Alto
Score: 99, Grade: A
Floor in back kitchen peeling and showing concrete underneath. Lights in back kitchen missing black end caps and tubes to short.
Inspector: Black

Chick-Fil-A at Longstreet
725 Jesse Jewell Parkway SE, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Krystal — ALF 18
3470 Mundy Mill Road, Oakwood
Score: 69, Grade: U
Manager (PIC) on duty not aware of many of the procedures that take place within the establishment — reheating of chili, cooling of breakfast items (gravy, sausage, how to keep food items out for use on ice in small quantities to keep temperature. Food handler working grill handling raw hamburgers, onions, buns not washing hands between glove changes to work with food (keeping pairs of disposable gloves in pocket of apron). Disposable cup without lid and straw on prep table with onions at cook line. Disposable cup with lid and straw stored on shelf behind bags of grits in dry storage. Front-line hand sink with tea/coffee debris and dead bugs/debris around faucet. Lowboy cooler on front line holding food (milk, whip cream bag, commercial ranch dressing) 46F-49F. Full container of cheese (shredded) sitting on bed of ice at prep station with temperatures of 52F/53F. Bags of chili in pot for reheating hot holding at 125F after reheating two kinds of sausages in bag in walk-in cooler put in after breakfast about 11 a.m., barely below required 70F after four hours. Thermometers missing inside lowboy reach-in freezer and two-door reach-in refrigerator/freezer. One unit does not have an external thermometer and the other unit outside thermometer does not work. The only food temperature measuring devices available for use are the bimetallic stem type that are not accurate when measuring the temperature of thin massed foods. Lowboy reach-in cooler with torn door gasket (top), lowboy reach-in freezer with gasket torn and hanging from door (top). Shelving above three-compartment sink for the storage of clean and sanitized kitchenware/utensils with accumulation of grease and dust. Wall and ceiling panels above prep area/steam unit are very dusty.
Inspector: Wentworth

Subway No. 17546
4504 Cornelia Highway, Unit 3, Lula
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Taqueria Silao
1710 Atlanta Highway, Gainesville
Score: 86, Grade: B
Bottles of open water, cups in kitchen — a single-service cup with a straw and lid must be used if a drink is to be in kitchen. Hand sink with utensils in sink and food items around sink blocking — hand sink must stay accessible at all times. Beef, chicken, beans on table with temps 92-109 degrees and foods being used (not cooling). No test strips available.
Inspector: Black

Avocado’s Restaurant
109 Bradford St. SE, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

july 23
Crossroad’s Bar and Grille
5900 Spout Springs Road, Suite A-1, Flowery Branch
Score: 95, Grade: A
Employee eating and drinking in wait area and drink in wrong type of cup. Employee blowing into gloves to put on.
Inspector: Black

Scott’s Downtown
131 Bradford St. NW, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Laurelwood/Northeast Georgia Medical Center
200 Wisteria Drive, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

Outback Steakhouse No. 1123
655 Dawsonville Highway, Gainesville
Score: 90, Grade: A
Employee cutting large amount of lettuce with bare hands. Walk-in cooler with leaks in evaporator unit — ceiling with leak in dry storage.
Inspector: Black

Andi Eckardt



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