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Restaurant inspections, August 2018
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Restaurant inspections, August 2018

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Restaurant inspections

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department has issued these food enforcement notices:

Blaze Pizza, 1317 Q St. (Aug. 24) — Employees lacking proper permits (repeat); Raid bug spray in kitchen (repeat, corrected); incomplete food handler data sheet.

Dairy Queen, 8510 Bowman Drive (Aug. 15) — Employees lacking proper permits; canned cheese measured at 79 degrees (discarded); can opener with residue (corrected). 

Gonzo Gourmand, food truck (Aug. 25) — Gravy not reheating fast enough; items in cooler not at safe temperature (both corrected); knives with residue; drinking from open beverage. 

Jimmy John's, 101 N. 14th St. (Aug. 20) — Employees lacking proper permits (repeat).

Microtel Inn & Suites, 2505 Fairfield St. (Aug. 14) — Employee and owner lacking proper permits (repeat); batter in dispenser at 55 degrees (corrected); disinfectant used to clean food-contact surfaces instead of sanitizer (corrected); no roster of food handler permits (repeat).

Rodizio Brazilian Grill, 151 N. Eighth St. (Aug. 15) — Employees lacking proper permits; cole slaw kept in walk-in cooler too long (discarded); incomplete food handler data sheet; dented can of garbanzo beans (discarded).

Salsarita's Fresh Mexican Grill, 2900 Copper Ridge Drive (Aug. 24) — Employees lacking proper permits; incomplete food handler data sheet; dry food residue on can-opener blade (corrected).

Subway, 830 N. 70th St. (Aug. 23) — Incomplete food handler data sheet.

Subway, 1648 South St. (Aug. 24) — Employees lacking proper permits.

U-Stop, 110 W. Fletcher Ave. (Aug. 9) — Employees lacking proper permits (repeat); hamburgers, sandwiches and other items in cooler at too high of temperature (corrected/discarded); no roster of food handler permits; popcorn pot, scoop and utensils with residue, plus dust on canned goods throughout (repeat); open employee beverage on top of ice machine. 


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