Restaurant Inspections


Inspections provided by Miami County Public Health Department

May 22

• Rapid Fire Pizza, 2311 W. Main St., Troy — Fixed equipment not properly sealed or spaced for cleaning. Observed the three-compartment sink and the hand sink by the dry storage shelving needs to be resealed to the wall.

Cutting blocks or boards cannot be effectively cleaned and sanitized. Observed scored, scratched, and stained cutting boards which need to be replaced or resurfaced.

• Duke Park Concession Stand, 1670 Troy-Sidney Rd., Troy — Repeat: Observed residential freezer, microwave, and refrigerator. Equipment not approved by a recognized testing agency.

May 23

• Covington New PK-8 School — No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

• Troy High School, 151 W. Staunton Rd. — Corrected During Inspection, Critical: On the shelving unit adjacent to the cooking equipment, multiple pans, lids and trays were observed with dirt and dust debris build-up. Clean and sanitize and then, if not frequently using, cover. Upon making the PIC aware of this, the PIC stated the pans, lids and trays would be cleaned and sanitized and then covered and removed from the shelving unit.

Corrected During Inspection, Critical: One container of multiple packages of string cheese on the middle serving line were observed without a time stamp. If using time as a public health control, the food item shall be time stamped. Upon making the PIC aware of this, the cheese was time stamped.

Adjacent to the back cooking area, clean pans, lids and trays were observed being stored on a shelving unit with dirt and dust debris build-up. Remove the pans, lids, and trays and clean the shelving unit.

Repeat: Two noncommercial chest freezers were observed being used. Replace the noncommercial chest freezers with commercial (NSF or like) freezers.

May 28

• McDonalds West Milton. 127 N. Miami St., West Milton — Corrected During Inspection, Repeat: In the dry good/single-serve item storage area, the plumbing (backflow preventer) was observed leaking water. At the time of inspection, the PIC provided an invoice from Korrect Plumbing for repair or replacement of the backflow precentor. Also, Korrect Plumbing was consulted on removing the blue water tank.

May 31

• Skyline Chili, 1775 W. Main St., Troy — No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

• Laura’s Country Diner, 6 W. Pike St., Troy — Repeat: At the time of inspection, the establishment was without an individual with Level Two Food Safety Certification. Have an individual obtain the Level Two Food Safety Certification.

Critical: At the time of inspection, the establishment was without an employee health policy and did not ensure employees were aware of their responsibility to report their health information. Obtain an employee health policy, go over with employees and document. Upon discussing with Person In Charge, an employee health policy will be sent and she stated she will go over with employees and document.

At the time of inspection, the establishment was without a bodily fluid clean-up procedure. Obtain a procedure.

Corrected During Inspection, Critical: Two sausage patties were observed being maintained at room temperature (82-84 degrees). Ensure food items are either being held hot (135 degrees or above) or cold (41 degrees or below). Upon making the Person In Chage aware of this, the sausage patties were reheated to 180 degrees and then served.

Corrected During Inspection, Critical: The menu was observed without a consumer advisory for made to order eggs. The Person In Charge stated new menus are scheduled to be made and a consumer advisory with corresponding asterisk will be used for the eggs and steaks.

Critical: On the salad bar, one container of crackers and one container of croutons were observed without a covering. Cover the containers of crackers and croutons.

Repeat: Flour in the back kitchen area and then boxes of eggs in the walk-in cooler were observed being stored on the floor. Place the aforementioned food items are least six inches off the floor.

The cooking and serving utensils in the storage containers were observed with grease and food debris build-up. Clean the storage containers and reclean and resanitize the utensils.

Critical, Repeat: In the low boy cooler, sterilite containers were observed being used to store ready-to-eat ham and raw hamburger. Cease use of the sterilite containers.

In the kitchen behind the cooking equipment and freezer, the floor-wall juncture was observed without molding or tiles. Install molding to ensure proper cleaning.

Repeat: At the time of inspection, the establishment was without an individual with a Level One Food Safety Certification. Have an individual obtain Level One food Safety Certification. ‘

June 3

• 202 Drive Thru, 6929 E. U.S. Rt. 40, Tipp City — No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

• Milton-Union Rec Concession Stand, 7640 Milton Potsdam Rd., West Milton — Repeat: At the time of inspection, the establishment was without an individual with Level 2 Food Safety Certification. Have an individual obtain the Level 2 Food Safety Certification.

Boxes of single-serve cups and nacho boats were observed being stored on the floor. Place the boxes of single-serve items at least six inches off the floor.

At the time of inspection, the establishment was without an individual certified in Level One Food Safety. Have an individual on hand at all times that either has Level One Food Safety Certification or Level Two.

• Brewhouse Drive Thru Inc., 488 E. Broadway, Covington — Repeat: In the walk-in cooler, the walls and floor were observed in disrepair – cracks and missing surfaces. To allow for an easily cleanable surface, repair or replace.