Restaurant Inspections – February 10

The Hancock County Health Department inspects restaurants four times annually, and violations are determined as “C” for critical, “NC” for noncritical and “R” for repeated violations. The following inspections are based on information obtained from Retail Food Inspection Reports.

Jan. 13

Lincoln Square Pancake House, 901 E. Broadway, Fortville. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—need to provide paper towels at hand sink in employee restroom, corrected; NC—need to provide food thermometer with thin tip, 90 days; C—working containers (spray bottles) need to be labeled with common name, corrected.

Jan. 14

Speedway, 2242 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: C—all drinking fountain nozzles need to be sanitized, container with nozzles is too full, and not all nozzles are submerged, corrected; need to repair wall behind three-compartment sink where wall is no longer smooth, cleanable and non-absorbent, 180 days.

Jan. 16

Subway, 5945 W. Broadway, Fortville. Type of inspection: routine. No violations found.

Jack’s Donuts, 1522 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. No violations found.

Jan. 20

Dollar General Store, 425 W. Broadway, Fortville. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC/R—need to have thermometers in all coolers and freezers.

Dairy Queen, 346 W. Broadway, Fortville. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—clean and sanitize small black tray where ice scoop is stored at drive-thru window, corrected; NC—replace/repair covering under 3-compartment sink, 120 days.

Jan. 21

Wendy’s Restaurant, 1508 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—need to clean behind fryer in front of food prep area, 90 days; NC—need to provide test strips for sanitizer, 90 days; NC—need to have thermometers in all coolers, 90 days.

Jan. 22

Wendy’s Restaurant, 2809 N. County Road 600W, Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—wall covering starting to detach from wall by three-compartment sink, 60 days; NC—food prep sink faucet leaking, 60 days.

Jan. 23

Speedway, 5058 W. U.S. Highway 52, New Palestine. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—ice scoop sitting on top of ice machine needs to be on clean surface, corrected.

Jan. 26

Chicago’s Pizza, 1031 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: C—taco meat and spaghetti sauce in kitchen not being held hot enough, must be held at 135 degrees or above, corrected; NC—ice scoop must be stored on clean surface, not on top of the ice machine, corrected; C—dish machine not working properly, use three-compartment sink until repaired, corrected.

Village Pantry, 990 S. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—remove equipment that is no longer being used, 120 days; NC—lips of cups need to be protected from contamination, corrected; NC—need to clean working containers where salt is stored, corrected.

Jan. 27

Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant, 1550 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—uncovered food in walk-in cooler, corrected; NC—utensils used in food prep need to be cleaned before using, shredder bowls on lower shelf of stainless steel table must be removed if not used, 7 days; C—wash, rinse, and sanitize at three-compartment sink, corrected.

Jan. 28

Bob Evans Farms Inc., 2256 N. State St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: NC—sanitizer not strong enough in sanitizer buckets, corrected.

McDonald’s, 2290 N. County Road 600W, Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: C—employee seen touching hair and forehead with gloves, corrected; NC—need to have thermometers in all refrigeration units if no integral sensor, 120 days.

Mom & Pop’s Grocery, 203 S. Main St., Greenfield. Type of inspection: routine. Violations: C—need to clean scales used to weigh food and slicer, also clean white shelving, 10 days.