Restaurant Inspections


These are the reported results of recent local restaurant inspections from the Fayette County Health Department:

OCT. 21

Miami Trace Elementary School, 3836 St. Rt. 41 N. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: No violations at time of inspection, clean kitchen.

OCT. 23

Cherry Hill School, 720 Oakland Avenue. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Very clean kitchen, no violations noted at time of inspection.

OCT. 27

Willow Catering, 213 Fairfield Avenue. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: No violations noted at time of inspection.

OCT. 28

Village Pump and Pizza Llc., Jeffersonville. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Observe no date marking on tomatoes and onions in cooler.

OCT. 29

Streetside 62, 2007 Columbus Avenue. Follow-up inspection. Violations/comments: Lights are now covered in the new room, date marking is satisfactory.

OCT. 30

Fayette County Court House, Court House Lawn. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Okay to operate.

NOV. 2

Washington Court House Shell Inc., 352 W. Court Street. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Observed microwave not clean to sight and touch, observed mops being stored on ground and not hung up to dry, observed mouse feces around pop machine and under pop machine that is not currently working.

McDonald’s, 1401 Leesburg Avenue. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Observed debris on pop machine under nozzle area in both drive through and eating area, observed ice cream machine not clean to sight or touch, observed trash under the multi-plex system in back room. Observed fryer hood not clean to sight and touch.

Washington Beverage Center, 212 E. Elm Street. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Observed mop being stored in bucket in front part of store instead of being hung to dry.

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