The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a “risk-based” inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.
26 East/Altana, 26 E. King St., follow-up, July 13. Need to clean floor in women’s bathroom and kitchen floor underneath stove and bain-marie. Non-food contact surfaces including shelving units, food container pans and bain-marie doors are not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil.
Bistro Barberet and Bakery, 26 E. King St., follow-up, July 13. No violations.
Bruno’s, 255 N. Queen St., July 13. No violations.
Deli Grassi LLC, 2 W. Grant St., opening, July 13. No violations.
Dunkin’ Donuts, 582 Centerville Road, July 13. No violations.
Garden Spot Post No. 1690, 343 New Dorwart St., July 13. No violations.
John’s Gulf, 517 Union St., July 13. No sign or poster posted at the handwash sink in the food prep area to remind food employees to wash their hands. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration.
Kings Meats, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, change of owner, July 13. Facility is using quat sanitizer in a two-compartment sink rather than a cleaner/sanitizer. Chlorine test strips are needed to ensure correct sanitizer concentration for cleaner/sanitizer. Thermometer in deli case is inaccurate by 15 degrees.
Oola Bowls, 2 W. Grant St. opening, July 13. No violations.
Panera Bread No.\!q 1992, 130 Rohrerstown Road, July 13. Food facility has an original certificate posted, but the location is not conspicuous for public viewing. Water leaking from the elbow joint of the pipe on the coffee sink.
Ric’s Bread, 2 W. Grant St., July 13. No violations.
Stoner Grille and Restaurant, 605 Granite Run Drive, July 13. Food employee preparing food was not wearing a beard cover. Many dry cloths with old food residue on them were being used on equipment and utensils rather than sanitized cloths. Single-service, single-use articles (drink straws) were stored at the bar and in the food preparation area, and were not in the original protective package, making them subject to contamination from employee and customer hands. No sign or poster is posted at the handwash sink in the food preparation area to remind food employees to wash their hands. Raw shell eggs were stored on top of a container of crab dip in the walk-in cooler. A wooden beam, not smooth and easily cleanable, is deteriorating near the mechanical dishwasher. Flies observed in the food preparation area. Small winged insects noted inside a bottle of Montezuma tequila. Salmon filets previously thawed still inside sealed packaging in the walk-in cooler and in the bain-marie.
Ted’s Deli, 853 E. Orange St., July 13. No violations.
US Gas Mart, 401 N. Lime St., July 13. No violations.
A Gourmet Garden, 16 Newport Road, Leola, July 12. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. The person in charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of the Pennsylvania Food Code, as evidenced by incorrect responses to food safety questions. An accumulation of grease noted on hood baffles and Ansul system over fryer. Deeply scored cutting board not resurfaced or discarded as required; repeat violation. Back screen door is torn on the bottom and gaps are visible around the door, which is not protected from the entry of insects. An accumulation of grease noted under fryers, and dirt and food debris noted under storage shelves and behind barbecue unit. Cobwebs present along wall of storage shelves; repeat violation. Operators are unfamiliar with procedures to respond to an event involving vomitus or fecal matter discharge onto surfaces within the facility. Shrimp, tofu and pork in bain-marie had internal temperatures of 45-66 F; discarded. General Tso’s chicken was cooling at room temperature for an unknown period of time. In walk-in freezer, some time/temperature-control-for-safety foods were stored in take-out bags, which are not a smooth, easily cleanable surface; repeat violation. Some shelves in walk-in cooler contained encrusted food debris, and dry storage shelves had dirt and dust. Exterior of large metal bowls stored over three-bay sink contained dried food debris. Mop not hung to air-dry. Some foods in walk-in freezer not covered. Rice spoons found stored in room-temperature water rather than maintained at 135 F or above; repeat violation. Stored peeler and knives, food-contact surfaces, had food residue and were not clean to sight and touch. Utensils stored in the barbecue unit, which was not in use during the time of this inspection, contained dried food remnants.
China Party, 100 Park City Center, L243, July 12. Repackaged food containers in the walk-in refrigerator area are not labeled with the common name of the food or the date stored.
East King Culinary, 110 E. King St., July 12. No violations.
Far East Cafe, 4 S. Prince St., Millersville, July 12. Raw chicken was stored above ready-to-eat foods in the sliding door refrigerator; corrected. Food pans and utensils in the handwash sink indicate uses other than hand-washing. Food facility has an employee who held a certified food manager certificate, however, the certificate has expired and is no longer valid.
Giant Food Store No. 6485, 789 E. Main St., Mount Joy, July 12. Deli department: broccoli-cheddar soup in the hot hold unit at the salad bar was held at 133 F rather than 135 F or above as required; torn rubber door gaskets on the walk-in cooler and the lunch meat cooler; the lights in the rotisserie chicken case are not shielded or protected. Bakery department: old food residue still inside the cupcake pans; clean cupcake pans being stored on top of a dirty trash can lid; the bread pusher is scored and poses physical contamination to food from plastic shards. Produce department: a brown-and-tan residue noted around the outer rim of the chute of the ice maker. Meat/seafood department: mineral oil and a cleaner were stored above wooden skewers and spoons in the black storage cabinet. Black static dust present on the fan guards and the ceiling just above the cooler fans in the dairy cooler.
Helen’s Corner Bar and Restaurant, 131 W. Main St., Leola, follow-up, July 12. No violations.
Hen House Grilling & BBQ, State Street, Ephrata, July 12. No violations.
JB Dawson’s Restaurant & Bar, 491 Park City Center, July 12. No violations.
A L Kauffman & Sons, 3097 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, July 12. No violations.
Neffsville Beer Mart, 2506 Lititz Pike, July 12. No violations.
Nissley Wine Shop, 481 Park City Center, July 12. No violations.
Quarryville Family Restaurant, 134 E. State St., Quarryville, July 12. Dried food residue on the milkshake blender unit; cleaned. A gap at the bottom of the rear screen door, which does not prevent the entry of rodents and insects.
Rosario’s Pronto Pizza, 289 W. Main St., Leola, July 12. In walk-in cooler, sliced ham repackaged in the food facility was two days beyond the use-by date; discarded. A food handler was observed handling salami with bare hands; discarded. Gap between back door needs to be sealed to prevent the entry of insects or rodents.
Villa Pizza, 100 Park City Center, L122, July 12. Food employees performing active food prep were not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats or beard covers; repeat violation.
BLD Beverage/136 S. Water St. LLC, 136 S. Water St., July 11. No violations.
Domino’s Pizza No. 4797, 733 S. Broad St., Lititz, July 11. Body and metal stem part of food thermometer were imbedded in sausage bits in bain-marie.
Eat, 600 Richmond Drive, Suite 2, July 11. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. Food employee was preparing food while wearing a watch. An employee’s open beverage container was on a shelf above the food preparation area. Certified food manager was preparing food without wearing a beard cover. Raw shell eggs were stored above lemons, limes, basil and tomatoes in the walk-in cooler. Tongs were laying on top of raw chicken in the drawer-style cooling unit. An accumulation of old food residue noted below both sides of the flat grill. The upper interior of the microwave had old food splatter. A working container of a surface sanitizer was stored on the same shelf with food and equipment in the front food preparation area. Facility does not have written procedures for employees to follow when responding to an event involving vomitus or fecal matter discharge onto surfaces within the facility. A slimy, black-and-pink residue noted inside the soda nozzles.
Eshelman Food Services, 1040 New Holland Ave., July 11. No violations.
General Sutter Inn, 14 E. Main St., Lititz, July 11. No violations.
Germania Band Club, 41 S. Pitt St., Manheim, July 11. No violations.
Iron Fit Gym, 105 Warwick St., Lititz, July 11. No violations.
La Petite Patisserie, 136 N. Prince St., July 11. No violations.
La Piazza, 800 Lititz Pike, Lititz, July 11. No violations.
Noodles & Company, 2099 Fruitville Pike, July 11. Pink-and-black residue noted in the upper portion of the ice maker. Deeply scored cutting boards not resurfaced or discarded as required. A working container of cleaner was stored on the same shelf with food. Lights over the storage area in the back of the facility are not shielded or shatterproof.
Royal Farms No. 260, 206 Rohrerstown Road, complaint, July 11. There is no placard or poster advising consumers to wash fruit prior to consuming.
Simply From Scratch, 217 W. Chestnut St., follow-up, July 11. No violations.
Sugar Whipped Bakery, 66 Tyler Drive, Ephrata, July 11. No violations.
Barn Yard Cafe, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
Bullfrog Inn, 1110 Georgetown Road, Bart Township, July 10. Moist residue accumulation noted on the soda gun located in the bar area; cleaned.
Cherry Crest Farm No. 2 Kitchen, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
Chuck Wagon, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
Cider Donuts, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
Courtyard By Marriott, 1931 Hospitality Drive, July 10. Food employee preparing food in the back area was not wearing a beard cover. Food utensils in the front and back food preparation areas were stored in a container of water not maintained at 135 F. Old food residue was on two frying pans and two scoops that were stored as clean. Old food splatter was inside the interior of the microwave. Water was leaking from beneath the mechanical dishwasher.
CVS No. 2158, 32 W. Lemon St., July 10. No violations.
Dunkin’ Donuts, 2006 Miller Road, East Petersburg, July 10. The handwash sink in the back was blocked by a large doughnut cart and was not accessible at all times for employee use. The wall coving in the women’s restroom has separated from the wall. Paper towel dispenser was empty at the handwash sink in the front service area. Mold and food residue buildup noted on the shelves of walk-in cooler.
Greenview Bible Camp, 520 Chapel Lane, Denver, July 10. No violations.
Italian Ice Cart, 1605 Colonial Manor Drive, July 10. No violations.
King’s Quality Foods, 1451 Reading Road, Mohnton, July 10. No violations.
Lancaster Regional Coffee Shop, 250 College Ave., July 10. No violations.
Maizie’s Dairy Barn, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
Pork U BBQ, 822 George St., July 10. No violations.
Primanti Bros., 1659A Lititz Pike, July 10. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. Whipped cream at the bar was held at ambient temperature rather than 41 F or below as required. The knob for the hot water on the handwash sink just inside the door to the food preparation area is broken off completely and cannot be operated. Soap was not available at the handwash sink at the bar.
Deeply scored cutting boards were not resurfaced or discarded as required. Old food splatter noted on the upper interior of the microwave. Food employee personal belongings (purses, backpacks and cellphones) were in the food preparation area and at the bar, even though lockers are provided. Food employee was eating in the food preparation area, as evidenced by a partially consumed sandwich on the food preparation table. An employee’s open beverage container was near the handwash sink and lemons at the wait station. Food employees preparing food were not wearing beard covers. There was no identifying label on the bottle of liquid used for pretzels. Old food residue noted on the blending spindles of the shake maker at the bar. Black-and-tan residue noted inside the ice maker and on the metal lip above the deflector plate. Outside waste-handling units had drain plug removed. Clean dish racks were stored on the floor near the dishwasher. Clean food equipment and/or utensils on the storage rack were stored wet in a manner that does not allow for draining and/or air-drying (wet nesting).
Rachel’s Cafe & Creperie, 201 W.Walnut St., July 10. No violations.
Sweet Shop, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, July 10. No violations.
The Pretzel House, 363 Georgetown Road, Strasburg, July 10. No violations.
Union Barrel Works, 6 N. Reamstown Road, Reamstown, change of owner, July 10. Can opener blade is worn and needs to be changed to prevent the creation of metal fragments. The following contained food debris and need a thorough cleaning: exterior of stored metal inserts, plate under soda machine, bar drain board, cart at bar where drinking glasses are stored, pitchers used to soak soda gun holder, bar three-bay sink, interior of oven door. Food debris noted on basement floor. Soda gun holder contained a residue and was not clean to sight and touch.
Welsh Mountain Catering, 796 Wallace Road, New Holland, opening, July 10. No violations.
Woodcrest Retreat, 225 Woodcrest Drive, Ephrata, July 10. No violations.
Albright Life, 417 W. Frederick St., July 9. No violations.
\!qBird-in-Hand Bake Shop, 542 Gibbons Road, Bird-in-Hand, July 9. No violations.
College Hill Children’s Center, 417 W. Frederick St., July 9. No violations.
Cork Factory Hotel LLC, 480 New Holland Ave., July 9. No violations.
CVS Pharmacy No. 5090, 501 Harrisburg Ave., July 9. No violations.
Fuddruckers, 100 Rohrerstown Road, July 9. Food employee was preparing food while wearing a watch. Employee food was being stored above customer food in the walk-in cooler, rather than being segregated and stored on the bottom shelf. Old food residue noted on the blade of the can opener. Employee personal belongings (purse, cellphone, keys) were on the shelf above the food preparation area.
Good ’N Plenty Restaurant, 150 Eastbrook Road, P.O. Box 249, Smoketown, July 9. Torn rubber door gaskets on the relish bain-marie cooling unit.
New Panda Ephrata LLC, 3583 Rothsville Road, Ephrata, July 9. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. There were puddles of oil under two fryers , ndicating leaks. Stored meat cleavers, food-contact surfaces, were to have food residue and were not clean to sight and touch. Part of the floor near soft drink refrigerator is in need of repair. Food and utensils in kitchen are unprotected in the presence of flies. Food, debris and oil accumulation noted under equipment in all food strorage areas, under walk-in cooler shelves, under three-bay sink and under equipment where woks are located. Mop sink is filthy with an accumulation of hardened dirt. In-use tongs found stored on pipe rather than on a clean, dry surface or water kept at 135 F or above. Rice found cooling in rice cooker, which is not an approved method of cooling; repeat violation. Time/temperature-control-for-safety foods (pork dumplings, bean sprouts, cooked noodles, fried rice, pork egg rolls, chicken kabobs) held at ambient temperature had internal temperatures of 45-71 F; discarded. Repeat violation. A unsifted tub of breading flour containing remnants of chicken found stored in a room at ambient temperature rather than at 41 F or below; discarded. Storage room had unused equipment and cutting boards, which should be removed. Mops need to be cleaned. Toilet and sink are not being cleaned as often as necessary. The three-compartment sink was not cleaned and sanitized before being filled, as evidenced by food debris in the rinse compartment; repeat violation. In small storage room, what appears to be a duckboard placed on top of Pepsi trays is being used as a floor covering. Duckboard was broken and deteriorating near entrance of room. Mop was stored in mop bucket and not hung to air-dry.
New Yang Garden, 56 S. 18th St., Columbia, July 9. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. An employee’s open beverage container was on the food preparation table. Three large colanders of cooked chicken were stored uncovered in the presence of flies. Raw chicken was stored above raw shrimp in the walk-in cooler. Egg rolls in the walk-in cooler were stored open with no covering. The facility is unable to wash, rinse and sanitize food equipment and utensils correctly in the three-compartment sink, as there is only one plug for the three-compartment sink. Food residue buildup noted on the shelves of the walk-in cooler. A gross amount of grease buildup noted around the grease trap, behind the oven and beneath the fryers. There were several cracked and missing floor tiles beneath the three-compartment sink and at the threshold of the back door. Exit door located in the back of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals. Food facility has an employee who held a certified food manager certificate, however the certificate has expired and is no longer valid; an employee is scheduled to take the course. The employee who was previously certified was not accessible at the time of this inspection. Tongs, pots and spoons stored on egg crates are subject to contamination. Coconut shrimp and shrimp toast stored open and unprotected in the chest freezer in a cardboard box, which is not food-grade. Employee foods stored directly on top of customer foods in the chest freezer. Large black totes stored clean above the three-compartment sink were greasy inside and outside and not clean to sight or touch. Several flies were in the food preparation area. The food facility operator shall be the person in charge or shall designate a person in charge and shall ensure that a person in charge is present at the food facility during all hours of operation. Three large colanders of cooked chicken were held at 92, 111 and 61 F in the kitchen for an unknown amount of time. Raw chicken in the kitchen was held at 60 F for an unknown amount of time rather than at 41 F or below as required. Raw shell eggs were stored at 70 F in No. 10 cans for an unknown amount of time in the kitchen. Some shelves in the walk-in cooler are rusted and chipping and are no longer smooth and easily cleanable.
Sa La Thai, 337-339 N. Queen St., July 9. No violations.
Subway No. 07422, 151 Rohrerstown Road, July 9. Certified food manager was preparing food while wearing a watch. Single-service items, catering bottoms and lids and trays for take-out, were stored with the food-contact surface exposed.
The Baker’s Table, 480 New Holland Ave., Suite 3000, July 9. Food facility inspection indicates evidence of rodent and insect activity. The facility is working with a pest control program. Back door located in the storage area of the food facility was propped open, which does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals.
The Ephrata Cheese Shop, 120 N. Reading Road, Ephrata, opening, July 9. The compartments of the three-bay sink are not large enough to accommodate cutting boards. Slicer is in close proximity to the warewashing sink, making food subject to splashes; facility must provide a partition in between.
The Promised Land Camp, 220 Boy Scout Road, Conestoga, July 9. Food employees were not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets or hats.
V & Y Mini Market II, 705 High St., July 9. Bain-marie shelf is lined with foil; foil is to be removed. Food prep bain-marie is filled with water due to malfunction of unit; unit is to be repaired.
Zoup! Fresh Soup Company, 142 Park City Center, July 9. No violations.
Grandmom Shrom’s Sandtarts, 120 N. Duke St., July 8. No violations.
S. Clyde Weaver, 2 W. Grant St., July 6. No violations.