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Kitchen inspections, June 13-15
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These food service establishments inspected from June 13-15 by the Hall County Environmental Health Department. Food service establishments are given a letter grade that coincides with a percentile: “A” (90-100), “B” (80-89), “C” (70-79), “U” 69 and below. Inspections (frequency of) a food service establishment are conducted based on risk categorization. The risk type is determined by the menu items served, the food preparation processes performed, and the previous food safety history in the food service establishment.
A new food service establishment that has never served food must score 100 (A) to receive a food service permit to operate. When a restaurant changes ownership, a new food service permit must be issued. To be issued a permit for a change of ownership, the establishment must score a 95 (A) or above with all foodborne illness risk factors and public health interventions in compliance. Permits must be posted in public view at all times. Establishments with drive-thru windows will also be required to have the top one-third of a copy of the most current inspection report visible through each window allowing customers to easily read the score, date of inspection and establishment information, in addition to the copy posted inside the establishment. Copies of the rules are available at the Hall County Environmental health Office. The rules and regulations are also available online.
To register a complaint against a food service establishment, contact the Hall County Environmental Health Department at 770-531-3973.

June 13

Dumond’s Place
5200 Thompson Bridge Road, Murrayville
Score: 95, Grade: A
Food handler with small bottles of Gatorade on prep table. Quat sanitizer used to sanitize tables without test strips to monitor the strength.
Inspector: Laurie Wentworth

Jus’ Caterin’ Baby!
5370 Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Donna Black

Harbour Point Yacht Club
3133 Harbour Point Parkway, Gainesville
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Black

June 14

Dogwood Forest Assisted Living
3315 Thompson Bridge Road, Gainesville
Score: 90, Grade: A
Flats of raw shell eggs stored over ready-to-eat foods in cooler. Floors underneath ice machine, cereal area, behind cook area with debris.
Inspector: Black

Golden Jarr
4009 Winder Highway, Suite 290, Flowery Branch
Score: 83, Grade: B
Raw beef, chicken stored directly laying on top of vegetables, over vegetables in walk-in cooler, raw beef stored over cooked egg rolls and chicken in cooler. Foods stored uncovered in coolers and on shelves (spices on carts).
Inspector: Black

House of Pizza
250 John Morrow Jr. Parkway, Suite 120, Gainesville
Score: 98, Grade: A
Walls in prep area with debris, some areas where cove baseboard still missing. Several ceiling tiles damaged due to leak in roof.
Inspector: Black

Simply Elegant at Wrigley’s Cafeteria
4500 Atlanta Highway, Flowery Branch
Score: 98, Grade: A
Current inspection report not posted.
Inspector: Wentworth

June 15

El Sombrero No. 5
3640 Mundy Mill Road, Suite 136, Gainesville
Score: 90, Grade: A
Sour cream, chili rellanos, chicken, tomatoes with temperatures 53-62 degrees. Tomatoes (cut) were in melted ice bath. Cheese dip on counter and in steam unit with temperatures 76-119 degrees. Temperature at chemical sanitizing dish machine 90 degrees.
Inspector: Black

7000 Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Wentworth

Golden Buddha
3715 Mundy Mill Road, Oakwood
Score: 97, Grade: A
Cloths stored in sanitizer solution with no detectable amount of sanitizer.
Inspector: Black

Lanier World Concessions
7000 Lanier Islands Parkway, Buford
Score: 100, Grade: A
Inspector: Jennifer Wren

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