York County restaurant inspections: 'Fryer with an accumulation of filth and food debris' (2024)

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York County restaurant inspections: 'Fryer with an accumulation of filth and food debris' (1)

York County restaurant inspections: 'Fryer with an accumulation of filth and food debris' (2)

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In compliance:

Inspected May 30, 2024

Paradise Lutheran Church, Paradise Township

Stone Grille and Taphouse, York Township

Inspected May 31, 2024

Grounding, Red Lion

Aki Japanese Restaurant, Penn Township

Inspected June 1, 2024

The Sno Shack mobile facility, Jacobus

Seven Sports Bar and Grill, New Freedom

Maxon Dixon Shaved Ice, Shrewsbury

Gunpowder Falls Brewing, New Freedom

Bonkey's, New Freedom

Inspected June 3, 2024

Yia Yia's Kitchen mobile facility, West Manchester Township

Wyndham Garden, West Manchester Township

Turkey Hill Minit Market, Dallastown

Subway, York Township

Scrubby's Taproom, Red Lion

Sam's Club, Hanover

Golden Brew Distributing Company, East Manchester Township

Frey Daddy's Pizza and More, Springettsbury Township

Inspected June 4, 2024

Viet Thai, Springettsbury Township

The Warehouse, Newberry Township

Summit Family Restaurant, Newberry Township

Mexican Restaurant La Libertad LLC, Hanover

KFC-Taco Bell, Newberry Township

Jino Sushi, York Township

Greer's Burger Garage, Dover

Bonkey's Ice Cream and Snowballs, Red Lion

Inspected June 5, 2024

Wilson's Funnel Cakes and Lemonade, Fawn Township

Tucker and Company Bakery mobile facility, Dillsburg

TNT Fat Bottoms mobile facility, Fawn Grove

Spring Valley Park, Fawn Grove

Shristi Grocery Store, Springettsbury Township

Miller Plant Farm, York Township

Deez Tacos Stick Stand, York Township

Deez Tacos mobile facility, York Township

Cedar Valley Pizzeria, Fawn Township

Inspected June 6, 2024

McDonald's, Hanover

Parkway Convenience Store, Manchester Township

Stewartstown Smokehouse and Beer Barn, Stewartstown

Stewartstown Smokehouse Food Truck, Stewartstown

The Chili Zone mobile facility, West Manchester Township

Westgate Restaurant and Lounge, York Township

Full Moon, Penn Township

B. Leigh's Coffee, Stewartstown

Bonkey's Stewartstown

Carroll Motor Fuels, Stewartstown

Dayanara's Delights

Inspected June 7, 2024

Springettsbury Concessions, Springettsbury Township

T & A Farms LLC, Windsor Township

Wolfe's Diner, Carroll Township

McCallister's on York, Hanover

Carman's Creamery, Jackson Township

Craley Crabs mobile facility, Lower Windsor Township

Inspected June 10, 2024

Oyako Sushi Express Inc., Springettsbury Township

Sushi Ya Fusion, Hanover

Turkey Hill Minit Market, West York

Wing Stop, Springettsbury Township

Goofy's Eatery and Spirits, North Codorus Township

Jimmy John's, York Towship

Lo Vasco's Italian Restaurant, Warrington Township

Inspected June 11, 2024

R. E. Hake's Grocery LLC, Dover Township

Dunkin Donuts, Windsor Township

Clean Plate Nutrition, York

Dollar General, York Township

Inspected June 12, 2024

Oak (Restaurant), Hanover

Oak (Liquor License), Hanover

Pho Viet, Hanover

South Hanover Lanes, West Manheim Township

Vincenzo's Place, York Township

Domino's Pizza, Penn Township

Food 2 Go, Hanover

Hampton Inn, Hanover

Dollar General, Peach Bottom Township

Inspected June 13, 2024

Qdoba Mexican Eats, Manchester Township (Follow-up inspection)

Valentin's Kitchen Hanover

Aldus Brewing Company LLC, Hanover

Inspected June 14, 2024

Pasta Plus, York Township

I Love Ice Cream, Springettsbury Township

Kat's Sweet Shop and Cake Pops by Tisha, York Township

Kiefers Bulk Foods, York Township

Amores 2, Penn Township

China One, Penn Township

Comfort Inn and Suites, Manchester Township (Follow-up inspection)

Out of compliance

Inspected May 30, 2024

Culhane's Steak House, 1 Laurel Road, Fairview Township

Violations (Inspector comments):

  • The Person in Charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection.
  • Obseved raw eggs stored directly over ready-to-eat tomato ketchup, cake, and dressings in the walk-in cooler.
  • Numerous food ingredient storage bottles, on the cook line area, observed not labeled with the common name of food.
  • Observed wet wiping cloths at the wait salad area and a prep table next to the cook line area, not being stored in sanitizing solution.
  • Obseved numerous food items (commercially processed and food prepared in the food facility including, but not limited to beets, broth, noodle soup, cut vegetables, sauces etc.) in the walk-in cooler, and not being held for more than 24 hours, is not date marked with the date it was opened or made.
  • Observed the following on food contact surfaces: A white bin stored on a shelf in the dry storage area with spoons, funnels, spatulas, scoops, etc. and dried food debris on the interior, contaminating equipment stored. A small white tub with bottes and shaker stored on a shelf in the dry storage area, with food debris on the interior of the tub, coming in contact with the equipment stored. White plastic bin stored on a shelf near the slicer/grinder, with knives, grater, meat tenderizer, etc. stored inside, coming in contactwith dried food debris. Two black dirty table cloths and a jacket coming in contact (covering/stored on top of) with the clean slicer and meat chopper. White bucket on shelf above salad station with tongs, scoops, pie servers stored inside with food debris contaminating equipment stored. Electric meat saw, stored in back storage area, with dried accumulation of food debris on the housing and blade and not clean to sight or touch. Rotary slicer stored on a shelf in the back area, near the beer cooler, with dried food debris on the blades and housing and not clean to sight and touch. Tongs and pot lids, stored in the bottom drawer on the cook line prep table with accumulation of food debris coming in contact with equipment stored on the cook line. Seafood forks stored in an orange plastic cup with heavy food debris in the bottom, coming in contact with forks stored. Plastic cup with steak knives stored with accumulation of food debris in the bottom, coming in contact with the knives, stored on a cook line. Cutting board at the bar area with food debris on the cutting surface and not clean to sight and touch. Whole orange stored on a dirty tray on the inside of the three-door beer cooler, at the bar area, contaminating the orange stored. A pink/brown slimy mold-like substance build-up observed on the interior of the soda gun holster at the bar area.
  • Observed no cleaning log for the meat grinder in the back prep area.
  • Observed clean dish racks stored on the floor in the dry storage area near the dish machine.
  • Screen door located in the rear cook line area of the food facility has a gap around the entire perimeter and dos not protect against the entry of insects, rodents, and other animals.
  • Observed ceiling in the cook area, has a hole, or is broken and in need of repair. Observed peeling paint on the ceiling above the cook line and dish-washing areas. Observed numerous floor tiles cracked, split, missing, and being held together with silver tape, which is not a cleanable surface. Tiles need repaired or replaced.

Inspected June 5, 2024

Comfort Inn and Suites, 2250 N. George St., Manchester.

Violations (Inspector comments):

  • The Person in Charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection.
  • The Person in Charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of the PA Food Code, as evidenced by incorrect responses to food safety questions related to hand washing and ware washing.
  • Food employee observed using her phone with gloves on and then start food preparation tasks without a handwash in between.
  • Consumer self service ready-to-eat apples display is not provided with suitable utensils or dispensing method to prevent contamination.
  • Time in lieu of temperature being used in the food facility to control ready-to-eat petentially hazardous foods (shredded cheese) without written procedures or documentaton to verify disposition of food.
  • Ambient air measuring devises for ensuring proper food storage are not available in double door refrigerator and customer self service counter top refrigerator.
  • Food facility does have a three-compartment sink for manual warewashing, but is using one compartent as a handwashing sink.
  • Food facility is using two compartments of a three compartment sink for warewashing but is not limited to batch operations for cleaning.
  • Cleaning agents/sanitizers used to clean/sanitize equipment and utensils are available but not being used.
  • The wash solution temperature in the mechanical warewash equipment sanitizing with chemicals was 100 degrees Fahrenheit, rather than not less than 120 degrees, as required.
  • Chlorine chemical sanitzer residual detected in the final sanitizer rinse cycle of the low temperature santifizer dishwasher was 0 ppm, and not 50-100 ppm, as required.
  • Mechanical warewashing equipment had a limestone buildup observed inside.
  • Detergent bulk container supplying detergent to the wash compartment of the mechanical warewashing equipment was not hoooked up to the machine.
  • Dishes and utensils observed in the compartment of the three-basin sink being used for handwashing, indicating uses other than handwasing.
  • Non-sewage liquid (HVAC condensate/drainage) pipe is draining into the three compartment ware washing sink and is not beng properly drained and disposed according to regulations.
  • Working containers in self serve coffee area, used for storing chemicals taken from bulk supplies, were not marked with the common name of chemical.
  • A working container of either cleaner or sanitizer was stored above or on the same shelf with single service articles in the customer self serve coffee area.

Qdoba Mexican Eats, 303 Aresenal Road, Manchester Township

Violations (Inspector comments):

  • The Person in Charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection.
  • Food employees observed in cooks line area, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets or hats. (Corrected).
  • Cooked chicken food was held at 114-118 degrees Fahrenheit in the grill area, rather than 135 degrees or above as required. (Corrected. Food reheated to 165 degrees and placed in hot hold.)
  • Torn rubber door gaskets observed on the under counter cooling unit located in the customer service area.
  • Observed cooking equipment casters in the cooks line area, with encrusted grease and soil accumulation.
  • Observed interior of fryer with an accumulation of filth and food debris.
  • Non-food contact surfaces, such as sides, front, and handle on the stove, not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Storage shelving in customer service area observed to have accumulation of dust and food debris.
  • Floor drains observed to have excessive filth, food debris and dirt. (Corrected.)
  • Floor in the register area of the food facility is extremely dirty, dusty and in need of cleaning. (Corrected.)

Inspected June 13, 2024

A & B PIzzatown dba Bruno's PIzzatown, 118 Old York Road, Fairview Township

Violatons (Inspector comments):

  • The Person in Charge did not demnstrate adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection.
  • Two male employees observed in the kitchen area, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as beard covers.
  • Observed numerous, but not all, food ingredient storage containers, shakers, bottles, in the entire facility, are not labeled with the common name of the food.
  • Observed hose running from the wall installed air-conditioning unit to hand-wash sink. Hose must be re-routed to not drain into hand-wash sink.
  • Exterior screen door located in the rear exit area of the food facility has a gap around the entire perimeter of the door and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents, and other animals.
York County restaurant inspections: 'Fryer with an accumulation of filth and food debris' (2024)

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