Greene County restaurant inspections

The following are summaries of State of Ohio standard inspection reports on file, and accessible from the Greene County Combined Heath District.

Yellow Springs Dairy Bar, LLC.

101 S. Walnut St., Yellow Springs

Date of inspection: Aug. 31

Violations: Food; Equipment, Utensils and Linens; Physical Facilities.

Comments: Milk (45 degrees) and ice cream mix (45 degrees) inside walk-in – Person in Charge (PIC) adjusted cooler setting and will monitor. Operation is selling nuts roasted in an unapproved food preparation area on site that is not equipped with proper facilities for food preparation (e.g. handwashing). Foods may only be prepared inside licensed facility that is equipped with hand sink and warewashing. Discussed with operator that packaged nuts (provided food is packaged inside The Corner Cone) could be sold from the structure at this location under this facility’s food service operation license. PIC agreed to modify operation and will roast nuts inside licensed operation. Wall bucketed out on post adjacent to the fryer. Floors unclean under cooking equipment, refrigeration equipment and around water heater. Light not working inside walk-in cooler. Jug of blue liquid was not labeled in storage cabinet behind facility (corrected). Fry cutter unclean (correcting). (unclean) Interior of reach-in refrigerators, exterior of reach-in refrigerators, refrigeration gaskets, shelving under cooking equipment, fryers. Ketchup stored inside open can in refrigerator. Do not store acidic food inside opened can to prevent leaching of metal into food (corrected). Found items that are not necessary to the continued operator of the facility and/or litter stored within facility. Remove all unnecessary items and/or litter from the facility to allow for easy cleaning and to reduce insect and rodent harborages.

N.Y. Pizza Oven

3800 Col. Glenn Hwy., Fairborn

Date of inspection: Aug. 30

Violations: Management and Personnel; Food; Equipment, Utensils and Linens.

Comments: Found buffalo chicken sauce and sliced turkey not date marked (corrected), Found marinara sauce after cooked at 59 degrees, must hot hold food at 135 degrees or above. (PIC reheated to 165 degrees); Found food boats with food contact surface up (corrected). Found knives stored between prep table and cooler, must store in a place that will be washed, rinsed and sanitized once every four hours. (Corrected). Found cups in the bulk food containers as scoop, must use a scoop with a handle (corrected). Found cardboard used to line shelving (corrected). Found wet wiping cloth stored on the counter, must store in sanitizer bucket (corrected). Found open drinking cup on the prep table (corrected).

WSU/Dunbar Library Coffee Shop

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton

Date of inspection: Aug. 31

Violations: Food.

Comments: Found basket of fruit without any utensils/tissue paper, etc., for customers to get food (process of correcting). Found creamer at 48 degrees (corrected). I highly recommend having two carafes for creamer. While one carafe is in use the other carafe can stay in the cooler to stay cold. When the creamer carafe in use is empty then the food employee would replace with the cold cream carafe. This will help keep the milk at 41 degrees or below at all times.

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