Latest health inspections for Montgomery, Miami and Warren counties

The following are health inspection reports for Montgomery, Warren and Miami counties for the week of Oct. 19-23:


The following are a sampling of food operation inspection reports from Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County, from the week of Oct. 19-23. View full inspections reports at

A&W/Long John Silvers

1540 Miamisburg-Centerville Road, Dayton

Date of inspection: Oct. 19

Violations: Observed walk-in cooler door not self-closing. Ensure walk-in cooler door is repaired so that it fully self-closes preventing a rise in temperature of cooler and foods.

Observed white plastic shield in large ice machine with build-up of debris. Ensure shield is cleaned more frequently and maintained so that it is free of build-up.

Observed multiple non-food contact surfaces with build-up of food residue. Ensure non-food contact surfaces are cleaned frequently and maintained so that they are free of build-up.

- Around Stoelting slushy machine including tray.

- Tray of Stoelting ice cream machine.

- Metal drip tray below iced tea dispensers.

- All shelving inside walk-in cooler.

- Shelf near single service items and cole slaw (across from Stoelting ice cream machine).

- Ventilation filters above flat top grill.

Comments: Observed handsinks supplied with soap, hot water, and paper towels.

Observed acceptable levels of sanitizer (quaternary ammonia) in three compartment sink and in sanitizer buckets.

Burkey Family Restaurant

670 Shiloh Springs Road, Dayton

Date of inspection: Oct. 21

Violations: Observed what appears to be mold growth on opened applesauce. PIC discarded at the time of inspection.

Observed raw shrimp stored over ready-to-eat foods. Ensure raw product is beneath ready-to-eat foods and stored according to cooking temperatures.

Observed several bulk bin containers holding white substances without labels. Label containers so as to identify their contents.

Observed food items e.g., deviled eggs, broccoli salad, cucumber salad without datemarking. Ensure food items have proper datemarking so as to not exceed the 7 day requirement.

Observed sponges at sink area. Ensure sponges are not used to prevent contamination.

Observed employee set up three compartment sink up improperly. For manual washing, set up sink to wash, rinse, sanitize, in that order.

Observed cutting board surfaces with chips, cracks, and knife marks on surface. Resurface or replace cutting boards to ensure it is smooth and easily cleanable.

Observed hot temperature dishware machine’s rinse temperature to be 120F. Cease use and make repairs so as the rinse temperature reaches 180F.

Observed build-up inside the ice machine. Ensure ice machine is cleaned and sanitized to prevent build-up.

Observed can rack with debris build-up. Ensure rack is cleaned to prevent build-up.

Observed food build-up on shelving racks inside the walk-in cooler. Ensure shelving is cleaned and sanitized to prevent build-up.

Observed food debris on slicer that was not in use at time of inspection. Ensure proper cleaning of slicer is done after use.

Observed no covering on receptacle in women’s restroom. Provide a cover for receptacle in women’s restroom.

Observed light out above broasters. Must provide 50 foot candles of light in hot cooking areas.


The following are summaries of state of Ohio standard inspection reports on file from the Warren County Combined Health District, from the week of Oct. 19-23. District information is available online at


1530 Wal-Mart Drive, Lebanon

Date of inspection: Oct. 21

Violations: The rinse temperature in a mechanical warewashing operation is not adequate to sanitize dishes and utensils. The dish machine did not reach the proper sanitizing temperature of 180 degrees. The machine’s temperature gauge registered at 108 degrees. The store will use the three-compartment sink for final sanitation until the repair is completed. To prevent pathogen growth: in a mechanical operation, the temperature of the fresh hot water sanitizing rinse as it enters the manifold may not be more than 194F, or less than: For a stationary rack, single temperature machine, 165F; or for all other machines, 180F. Correct By: 23-Oct-2015.

(Corrected during inspection) Equipment food-contact surfaces or utensils are dirty. Observed filthy microwaves located in the deli and bakery areas. In fact, an employee immediately removed the deli microwave from service because of a burned condition. The store manager stated, “That all microwaves will either be removed from service or cleaned and replaced.” To prevent contamination, equipment food-contact surfaces and utensils shall be clean to sight and touch.

Observed improper storage of food items. Observed heavy ice build-up in the seafood walk-in freezer as well as the freezer between the deli and bakery. Observed several open frozen food boxes in the deli/bakery freezer. The store manager had an employee close all open boxes immediately. No contamination was observed. Food shall be protected from contamination by storing the food in a clean, dry location, where it is not exposed to splash, dust, or other contamination, and at least six inches above the floor. Correct By: 23-Oct-2015.

Food products are not honestly presented. Observed several six and eight count packaged doughnuts with incorrect labeling. An employee immediately removed all packaged doughnuts from sale until they correct the labels. Food shall be offered for human consumption that does not mislead or misinform the consumer. Food or color additives, colored overwraps, or lights may not be used to misrepresent the food. The sale of kosher foods shall be in accordance with section 1329.29 of the Revised Code. Correct By: 23-Oct-2015.

Bulk food display for customer self-service was not properly labeled. The bakery failed to adequately identify the doughnut types in the consumer self-dispensing display case, concerning a customer’s potential inquiry regarding an ingredient’s list. The store manager had a bakery employee correct the donut labeling matter immediately. Bulk food that is available for consumer self-dispensing shall be prominently labeled with the information specified under (C)(2) of this rule. Correct By: 23-Oct-2015.

The water flow pressure in a warewashing machine is not adequate. The pressure gauge was broken. The flow pressure of the fresh hot water sanitizing rinse in a warewashing machine, as measured in the water line immediately downstream or upstream from the fresh hot water sanitizing rinse control valve, shall be within the range specified on the machine’s data plate and not be less than five pounds per square inch or more than thirty pounds per square inch. Correct By: 23-Oct-2015.


From Miami County and City of Piqua Health Department reports:

Z’s Food and Spirits

Address: 319 N. Wayne St., Piqua

Date of inspection: Oct. 27

Violations/comments: Observed working containers of bulk foods without labels. All food items that are not in their original container and are not unmistakable must be labeled to prevent misuse. Date all ready-to-eat, temperature-controlled foods with date, i.e., sour cream, cold meat, lettuce, cut tomatoes, etc. Discard after seven days. Upright two-door refrigerator keeping food above 41 degrees: Ranch at 46 degrees; blue cheese, 46 degrees; ham at 48 degrees. Keep all TCS foods below 41 degrees at all times to prevent bacterial growth. Items moved to different one.

Burger King

Address: 1408 Covington Ave., Piqua

Date of inspection: Oct. 29

Violations/comments: The lid to hamburger freezer has been damaged. Replace. New part has been ordered. The following items need to be cleaned: hot holding shelves, area by fryer and ceiling tiles.

Charles Caserta Restaurant

Address: 331 S. Roosevelt Ave., Piqua

Date of inspection: Oct. 29

Violations/comments: Observed cut tomatoes, slaw, potato salad with no dates. Must mark all ready-to-eat TCS foods with date opened or prepared. Must discard any remaining food after seven days. The hood in need of cleaning.


Address: 1300 E. Ash St., Piqua

Date of inspection: Oct. 30

Violations/comments: Satisfactory at time of inspection.

Piqua Manor

Address: 1840 W. High St., Piqua

Date of inspection: Oct. 30

Violations/comments: Provide a thin-tipped metal stem thermometer so food temperatures can be effectively monitored. Racks were in front of hand sink. Do not put items in front of hand sink so it can be used as needed. Corrected.

Susie’s Big Dipper

323 N. Main St., Piqua

Date of inspection: Nov. 2

Violations/comments: Satisfactory at time of inspection.

Buffalo Wings and Rings

Address: 989 E. Ash St., Piqua

Date of inspection: Nov. 3

Violations/comments; Observed food employee change gloves without washing hands. Hands must be washed before putting on clean gloves. The following items need cleaning: Ice machine interior, can opener, food containers. There were no paper towels at two hand sinks. Keep paper towels at hand sinks at all times so hands can be washed. Corrected.

25A Café

Address: 1469 S. County Road 25A, Troy

Date of inspection: Oct. 23

Violations/comments: The can opener has food debris that needs to be cleaned more often to prevent build up.

Chins Ginger Grill

Address: 965 W. Main St., Tipp City

Date of inspection: Oct. 19

Violations/comments: Observed worker cutting lemons with bare hands for drinks. Observed owner cutting cabbage for cole slaw with bare hands. Gloves must be worn when handling RTE foods to prevent bare hand contact. Observed trash on ground around the dumpster. Please maintain area to be free of litter.

Little York Tavern

Address: 116-118 W. Main St., Troy

Date of inspection: Oct. 21

Violations/comments: Observed the handles of ice scoops in ice binds behind bar and in the ice machine. Keep all handles out of ice to prevent contamination. Observed raw sausage stored on same tray as RTE ham and salami in walk in cooler. Raw meats must be stored separately to prevent cross contamination. The inside of two prep refrigerators is leaking. Please repair.

Maruti Gasoline

Address: 1314 E. Main St., Troy

Date of inspection: Oct. 19

Violations/comments: Satisfactory at time of inspection. Owner states he might start cooking sandwiches/sausages again. No Level 3 activities at this time.

Sweet by Kristy

Address: 29 E. Main St., Tipp City

Date of inspection: Oct. 23

Violations/comments: Satisfactory at time of inspection. Dip ice cream installed. Scoops are cleaned after use. Keep cones in protected area.

Troy Apostolic Temple

Address: 625 N. County Road 25A, Troy

Date of inspection: Oct. 22

Violations/comments: The can opener has food debris on it. Clean often to prevent build-up.

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