Restaurant inspections are performed in the county by Miami County Public Health, except in Piqua, which has its own health department. Miami County Public Health can be reached at (937) 573-3500, by email at or on the website at These inspection reports were provided by Miami County Public Health.

Nov. 9

• Domino’s Pizza, 937 W. Main Street, Troy — Observed water leak at three-compartment sink faucet, which must be repaired.

Observed grease-trap smell near three-compartment sink. Clean grease-trap or replace lid or seal on lid. Clean lid area properly.

• Pizza Hut, 1480 W. Main Street, Troy — Observed food debris on racks in proofer. Clean more often to prevent buildup.

Observed missing sealing behind three tank sink. Others need cleaned and replaced.

• West Central Juvenile Detention Facility, 2044 County Road 25-A, Troy — Observed chicken and noodles (10/31) and beef stew (11/2) with dates past the seven day disposition. Leftovers are to be used only for staff. Dispose of RTC, TCS foods within seven days to limit germ growth.

Nov. 10

• Panera Bread, 1920 W. Main Street, Troy — Reinspected for gnat issue. General Manager has plans to remove gnats. Drain cover is not removable, so a new removable drain cover will be added. This will allow for full cleaning of drain and the gnat breeding site elimination.

Nov. 11

• Heritage Catering, 1714 Commerce Drive, Piqua — Potato salad, slaw being hold past 7 days. All ready-to-eat TCS foods must be marked with date opened or prepared. Discard after 7 days.

Butter on counter at room temperature, 160 degrees, but marked “Keep Refrigerated.” All food items that are marked “Keep Refrigerated” must be held below 41 degrees at all times.

The slicer was in need of cleaning.

Nov. 12

• 36 Skate Club, 4845 W. US Route 36, Piqua — Food service good at time of inspection.

• La Fiesta, 1133 W. Main Street, Troy — Followup for the person in charge per shift to be certified in food safety. A three week extension was given for the food service to complete this training.

Nov. 13

• Domino’s Pizza, 937 W. Main Street, Tipp City — Establishment good at time of inspection.

• Randall Residence, 6400 S. County Road 25-A — Observed food debris on floor of walk-in cooler and freezer. Clean more often.

The juice gun has food debris on inside. Discuss with company how to effectively clean parts of the equipment.

• Subway, 15 S. Dorset Road, Troy — Discussed hand drying techniques with managers.

Nov. 16

• Piqua High School, 1 Indian Trail, Piqua — Observed evidence of mice in store room. Secure building and remove source of food to help discourage rodents.

• Super Station Inc., 8855 N. County Road 25-A, Piqua — Observed food employee put on clean gloves and not wash hands before. Must wash hands before putting on clean gloves.

Boxes of food on floor in walk-in freezer. Keep food at leave 6 inches off floor at all times to prevent contaminates.

Sour cream in dispenser is at 55 degrees. Keep all TCS foods below 41 degrees at all times to prevent bacterial growth. Discard.

Observed open ready-to-eat TCS foods without dates, i.e., lettuce, cheese. All refrigerated TCS items must be marked with date opened. Discard after 7 days of being open.

Doughnut boxes appear to be being re-used. These are single service items that are not allowed to be reused.

Several pieces of equipment are broken and not working. Either repair or remove from food service.

Food employee was not washing utensils properly. Must wash with soapy water, rinse with clean water and then sanitize. Rinse step was being skipped.

The following items need to be cleaned — sandwich prep unit, milkshake machine, pizza prep unit, 3-door refrigerator and reach-in freezer.

Dispensing utensils stored on counter. Store these items clean and dry or in the product with handle out or in dipper well.

Bags of trash along building. Loose trash in store room. Properly dispense of.

Remove all unused items from food service to aid cleaning.