The following food service establishment inspection reports were provided by the Environmental Health Division of the Rockdale County Health Department and the Newton County Health Department. Restaurants that score from 90 to 100 get a letter grade A; those that rate 80-89 get a B; a tally of 70-79 is a C; and below 70 is a U, or unacceptable. A restaurant scoring 70 or above is allowed to operate if there are no critical violations. If a facility is rated U on consecutive inspections, it must close and the owner must prove that it can be operated safely before reopening is allowed.
· I Love Sushi, 59-U, 1745 Ga. Highway 138, Suite A-2, Date: March 5
Violations: Person in charge not performing duties. Employees preparing food not washing hands. Employees observed touching ready-to-eat food with bare hand. No written employee health policy available. Employee observed eating in kitchen area. Need handwash sink in sushi bar area. Time used as public health control, need records. Items in coolers not properly date marked. First aid products, antacids stored with dishes. Towel stored on sushi rice. Wiping cloths not stored in sanitizer solution as required. Not in compliance with Georgia Smoke Free Air Act. Unapproved utensil used to dispense product. Floors under equipment need to be cleaned.
· I Love Sushi - Recheck: 99-A, Date: March 11
Violations: Previous routine inspections not posted.
· City Slickers, 63-U, 1468 Old Salem Road, Date: March 6
Violations: Person in charge did not demonstrate knowledge of duties or health policy. Employees observed rinsing hands in prep sink, did not use soap. Person in charge unaware of written employee health policy. Handwash sink had dishes stacked inside. Potentially hazardous foods not held at the correct temperature Commercially prepared products not date marked as to date/time opened. Wiping cloths not stored in sanitizer solution as required. Product buckets used to store a different product. No test strips available at dish wash machine. Sides of equipment need thorough cleaning. Bottom of oven needs thorough cleaning. No hot water available in restrooms. Walls need thorough cleaning. Floors still need repair.
· City Slickers - Recheck: 98-A, Date: March 13
Violations: Chlorine test strips needed for dish wash machine. Sides of equipment need thorough cleaning. Floors need repair.
· Nagoya Japanese, 69-U, 1375 Iris Drive, Date: March 6
Violations: Employees not washing hands as required. No written health policy regarding employees. Mold-like substance observed in ice maker. No consumer disclosure or reminder in store. Food items in walk-in cooler not date marked as required. Bulk food items not labeled as required. Personal items stored with single service items. Wiping clothes not stored in sanitized solution as required. Permit inspection report not posted in proper area. No smoking sign not on door as required. Soiled utensils stored with clean utensils. Sides of equipment soiled. Shield lights in hibachi grill's hoods.
· Nagoya Japanese - Recheck: 98-A, Date: March 13
Violations: Inspection report not posted in proper area. Cloths used on shelf where utensils stored.
· Pine Street Elementary, 77-C, 960 Pine St., Date: March 7
Violations: Employee meal stored on prep table. Slicer/vegetable blades soiled. Cold-hold foods at incorrect temperature in pass-through cooler. Thermometers in pass through cooler not accurate. Wiping clothes not stored in sanitizer as required.
· Pine Street Elementary - Recheck: 100-A, Date: March 11
· Conyers Middle School, 100-A, 335 Sigman Road, Date: March 10
· Tattersall's Express Cafe, 96-A, 3544 Ga. Highway 20, Date: March 11
Violations: Person in charge did not demonstrate and/or perform duties as required.
· Waffle House #625, 91-A, 6137 U.S. Highway 278, Date: March 17
Violations: Ham out of temperature.
· The Quik Chick, 79-C, 6158 U.S. Highway 278, Date: March 17
Violations: Need written health policy. Egg batter out of temperature at prep station. Need digital thermometer to measure temperatures. Wiping cloths need to be stored in sanitizer buckets or containers between uses. Need sanitizer test strips to measure sanitizer. Blown light in walk-in freezer.
· Burge Plantation, 86-B, 44 Jeff Cook Road, Date: March 18
Violations: Need employee health policy. Store chemicals away from food storage. Label foods in refrigerator. Need digital thermometer to measure temperatures.
· Debbie's Deli & Cafe, 60-U, 10 Bird's Crossing, Date: March 18
Violations: Need written health policy. Keep chicken and hamburger separated in cooler. Need consumer advisory posted. Tomatoes and cheese out of temperature. Label all foods in cooler with common name. Do not store jelly in can. Must keep sanitizer for wiping cloths. Need choking poster in dining area; move inspection report to proper location. Need No Smoking sign at entranceway. Tableware needs to be prewrapped. Need test strips to test sanitizer. Repair plumbing leak at drain pipe. Keep back door closed or install screen door - flies observed.
· Johnny's New York Style Pizza, 99-A, 10176 Carlin Drive, Date: March 19
Violations: Clean all surfaces after construction is completed prior to opening.
· Village Deli, 98-A, 1124 Monticello St., Date: March 20
Violations: Do not store single service items on floor. Seal or replace around wall electrical outlet by deli case.
· LongHorn Steakhouse, 74-C, 6112 Pavillion Way, Date: March 25
Violations: Clean ice machine. Clean soda spray nozzles and sprayers. Clean and sanitize dicer. Silverware dirty with clean dishes. Clean inside dishwasher. Wash, rinse and sanitize tea urn nozzles. Wash, rinse and sanitize bread boards. Sanitizer stored over butter. Medicines stored in food prep area. Improper cooling of dressings. Nails were painted without gloves on. Wiping cloths need to be stored in sanitizer in between uses. Choking poster need to post in dining area. Handle in food product. Knife stored in between cooler at salad cooler. Fan covers need cleaning in walk-in. Personal belongings stored with dry goods storage area. Must wash hands before putting on new gloves.