Restaurant Inspections – August 17

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

July 20

K-Dog’s Pizza and Chicken

Location: 207 S. Main St., Shirley

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: NC — clean shelving in cooler to remove mold-like substance, clean pizza cooler of standing water, to be corrected by Oct. 1.

Broadway Diner

Location: 426 E. Broadway St., Fortville

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: NC — replace/repair lights not working, to be corrected by Oct. 1; NC — clean under tall cooler and low prep cooler by three-compartment sink, to be corrected by Oct. 1.

Carol’s Cornerstone Cafe

Location: 301 E. Main St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C — no bare hand contact of ready to eat food/cake, corrected; C — must wash hands correctly with soap and warm water, corrected; C — store raw hamburger separate from ready to eat foods/ham, corrected; C — prep cooler, milk refrigerator not holding at 41 degrees, corrected/discarded; C/R — food marked past seven day marking, expired pea salad, corrected/discarded; C/R — consumer advisory is needed on menus, to be corrected by Oct. 1; C — dish machine is sanitizing too low, corrected; C — hand sink can not be used for anything other than hand washing, corrected; C/R — three compartment sink sanitizer too high, corrected; C — spray bottles with chemicals need to be labeled with common names, to be corrected by July 20.

July 21

Hampton Inn

Location: 2271 William Way, Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C — oatmeal was not hot enough, corrected; C — melon and yogurt not cold enough, corrected; C — expired milk, corrected; NC — need sanitizing test strips available and used, to be corrected by July 30; NC/R — need to rinse washed equipment and utensils to remove detergent residue before sanitizing, corrected; NC — need hand soap at hand-washing sink.

July 22

AVI Food Systems

Location: 1300 W. Anderson Drive, Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C — need to wash hands when changing tasks and before putting on gloves, corrected; C — sanitizing dispenser not dispensing sanitizing solution to correct concentration, corrected; NC — need to protect fruits with edible peels from contamination after washing, consider wrapping or other manner to protect apples, to be corrected by July 22; NC/R — wiping cloth needs to be stored in sanitizing solution between use, corrected; NC/R — single service articles such as cups for soft drinks intended for lip contact shall be furnished for consumer self-service in dispenser so customers only grab their cup, do not overfill, to be corrected by Oct. 1.

Penn Station East Coast Subs

Location: 1667 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C — mark all spray bottles with common name, corrected; NC — handles of dispensing utensils for non-potentially hazardous food need to be above the food, corrected.