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Note: These restaurant inspections, which usually are posted on LancasterOnline on Fridays, were not available last week.

The Pennsylvania, Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.

BJ’s Wholesale Club No. 19, 110 Centerville Road, complaint, Feb. 15. No violations.

Central Manor Elementary School, 3717 Blue Rock Road, Washington Boro, Feb. 15. No violations.

Conrad's Deli, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, follow-up, Feb. 15. Inserts drying on an absorbent mat. Recommended plastic or rubber be used.

Maggie's Place, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 15. Country dill dip reconstituted with mayo and yogurt was held at room temperature rather than at 41F or below.

New Holland Meat Market, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 15. Cleaner/sanitizer concentration in two-bay sink measured 200ppm rather than 50-100ppm as required.

Paradise Tea & Coffee, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 15. No violations.

Penn Manor High School, 100 E. Cottage Ave., Millersville, Feb. 15. No violations.

Pies Galore & More LLC, 76 E. Main St., Mount Joy, Feb. 15. An open employee's beverage container was on the food preparation table. Raw shell eggs being stored above assorted jerky in the small cooling unit out in the customer area. Sugar, flour and salt ingredient storage containers are not labeled with the common name of the food. Faucets leaking at the hand-wash sink in the front of the facility and at the three compartment sink; repeat violation from 2017 and 2018. Black tape, which is not cleanable, used to “seal” the grease trap. A large build-up of ice inside the Advantco reach-in freezer; repeat violation from 2017 and 2018. Torn rubber door gaskets on the Advantco reach-in freezer.

Rhoda's Breads/Salads, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 15. Utensils and cutting board air drying on a towel rather than a clean, hard surface.

Stoltzfus Bulk Foods, 922 N. State St., Building 6, Ephrata, Feb. 15. The following items do not contain any labeling: Seven-bean mix, soup blends, dip mixes, chocolate milkshake mix, bags of cheese doodles. Provide name of distributor or manufacturer, ingredients from most to least including any allergens, weight. Sample container of pretzels are on counter unprotected.

Sunnyside Pastries @ The Green Dragon Building No. 6, 955 N. State St., Building 6, Feb. 15. Food employee donning single-use gloves without a prior hand wash. There is no sign or poster indicating that ingredients are available upon request. Food facility does not have available chlorine sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration.

Sunnyside Pastries @ The Green Dragon Building No. 7, 955 N. State St., Building No. 7, Feb. 15. Consumer samples stored in an uncovered container unprotected. There is no sign or placard for some baked goods indicating that ingredients, which are homemade, are available upon request.

The Renegade Winery, 955 N. State St., Ephrata, Feb. 15. No violations.

Tokyo Diner, 1625 Manheim Pike, Feb. 15. Food facility is reusing plastic, non-food-grade, to-go bags, which are intended to be a single use item for storing food. Clean dish racks stored on the floor next to the dishwasher. The facility is storing flour in a cardboard drum that is not cleanable. Two large holes beneath the three-compartment sink and the single bowl prep sink. Raw shell eggs being stored above garlic and sauce in the reach-in cooler. Aluminum foil that is not easily cleanable, being used to line shelves in the cooking area. Old food residue and grime in these areas: behind both grease traps, around the mechanical dishwasher, beneath the cook-line, beneath the stove, between the stove and fryers, and beneath the fryer and wok area. The cove molding beneath the wok area is broken and no longer attached to the wall.

Active Social, 764 Crystal St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Arbor Place Youth Center, 520 North St., Feb. 14. Food facility in operation more than 90 days and has not employed a certified supervisory employee as required.

Banzhof's Cafe, 917 N. Duke St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Baron von Schwein Esk, 347 N. Plum St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Baron von Schwein II MFF4, 120 N. Duke St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Beilers Donuts II, 398 Harrisburg Ave., Feb. 14. Food employees prepping and handling ready-to-eat food, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats or beard cover; repeat violation.

Burger King No. 814, 915 E. Main St., Mount Joy, Feb. 14. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. An accumulation of grease build-up inside the fryer cabinets and on the floor beneath them. Grime and grease on walls and floor around the grease redeemer, in the back where the hot water heater is. A black residue and grime on the walls of the mop sink. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair — two areas of the pipe leaking beneath the three compartment sink. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair — the hot water knob leaks when it is in the “on” position. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair — the spray wand leaks continuously and cannot be turned off. Broken and missing tiles above the compressor across from the water heater. The drain cover of the mop sink is broken in half and does not prevent solids and debris from entering. A compressor stored on a top shelf above the bank of sodas, leaking water, creating standing/stagnant water on the floor. Old food residue inside the onion slicer stored in the walk-in cooler as clean. A black residue on the grate where the ice bucket is stored to drain. The paper towel dispenser was inoperable at the hand-wash sink in the food preparation area. The last paper towel was wound so the dispenser could not turn. Ceiling tile missing in the area where coffee is brewed and single-service articles are stored. Some single-service articles being stored in a shed which is constructed of raw wood. There is mold and mildew present on the wood. Single-service, single-use articles (cups and trays) stored in the storage room directly on the floor, and not 6 inches above the floor. The grout at the walls of the mop sink is missing and the area is no longer sealed to prevent water from entering. Black tape being used to repair a leaking pipe beneath the three-compartment sink. Black duct tape being used to repair the doors of the fry-freezer. The fry-cup dispenser is being repaired with scotch tape and is no longer easily cleanable. Old oil residue and oil dripping onto the outside wall of the facility, on shrubbery, and the stones beneath the pipe leading from the grease redeemer, becoming a possible rodent attractant.

Catalina’s on Orange, 3 8 W. Orange St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Cocalico Community Church, 1200 W. Swartzville Road, Reinholds, Feb. 14. No violations.

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, 510 Centerville Road, Feb. 14. An irreversible registering thermometer or thermal strips for monitoring the rinse temperature of the mechanical dishwasher is not available. A bottle of restroom cleaner stored propped on clean plates on the storage rack. A scouring pad in the hand-wash sink in the cooking area. A tan and black residue on the deflector plate and black residue up inside the ice maker at the outside bar. Food splatter on the splash-guard of the floor model mixer.

Eshleman Elementary School, 545 Leaman Ave., Millersville, Feb. 14. No violations.

House of Tacos, 245 W. King St., Feb. 14. No violations.

La Dolce Vita Courthouse Bakery LLC, 9 N. Duke St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Mount Joy Sunoco, 2044 W. Main St., Mount Joy, opening, Feb. 14. The person in charge failed to apply for a Retail Food Facility License from the Department prior to operating. One 1/2 gallon container of chocolate with a sell by of 2-9-19 and one pint of 2 percent milk with a sell by of 2-9-19 being offered for sale on this day of 2-14-19. A customer reach into a bag containing hot dog rolls with bare hands. The facility has no utensils for customers to use to retrieve rolls from bag. The hand-wash sink in the back is inoperable. The faucets cannot be turned on. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair - the faucet at the mop sink leaking. The lid to the outside waste receptacle open at the time of the inspection. A bag of trash on the ground rather than in the dumpster. Excessive webbing in the rafter/ceiling joist area of the facility. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. The food facility does not maintain Food Employee Certification records as required. The facility has been in operation since November of 2018. The food facility has 30 days to enroll an employee in a state-recognized food safety course. Soap was not available at the hand-wash sink behind the counter. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration of three compartment sink. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sink behind the counter. No sign or poster posted at the hand-wash sink behind the counter to remind food employees to wash their hands. Tongs for hot dogs are being stored on top of bags which is not a sanitary area. The facility does not have available sanitizer for sanitizing food equipment.

Spring House Brewery, 209 Hazel St., Feb. 14. No violations.

Alumni Sports & Fitness Center, 931 Harrisburg Ave., Feb. 13. No violations.

Carrabba's Italian Grill, 100 N. Pointe Blvd, Feb. 13. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. One bag of mussels and approximately 50 loose mussels stored in a bin in the front cooler without shell stock tags for identification. Old food residue on the underside of the large mixer in the back. Old food splatter on the upper interior of the microwaves out in the front cook area. A food employee was touching bread — a ready-to-eat food — with bare hands. The drainboard of the mechanical dishwasher is not draining, dirty, pooling water with food particles and debris where the clean dishes come out. A build-up of ice around the freezer door preventing it from completely closing. A scouring pad and metal rods in the hand-wash sink near the mechanical dishwasher, indicating uses other than hand washing. The hand-wash sink in the employee restroom was blocked by a mop bucket and not accessible at all times for employee use. A can of butane stored with food equipment. Several working containers of cleaners and sanitizers were stored on the same shelf with bread, in the front cooking area. An open employee's beverage container was stored above the soda machine and ice bin at the inside wait station. Food employees preparing food, not wearing a beard cover. Containers of cooked chicken wings and mozzarella cheese, a refrigerated, ready-to-eat time-temperature control for safety food in the walk-in cooler was date-marked by the facility but was beyond the seven-day use and requires discarding. Old food residue on the can opener blade. A slimy pink and tan residue on the ice deflector of the ice machine. An accumulation of old burnt food residue and splatter on the drip tray of the stoves. Unwrapped and unprotected single use straws stored in the customer area and in the wait station. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair — water leaking from the pipe beneath the cook sink in the front and from beneath the three-compartment sink in the back.

Coffee Company, 1639 Lititz Pike, Feb. 13. The back door has eroded at the bottom and has a hole in it on the interior side. African peanut chicken soup was cooked to a temperature of 165F and placed into a unit with water at a temperature lower than 135F for hot holding. The linoleum floor behind the front counter is torn and no longer smooth and cleanable. Chocolate milk, a refrigerated, ready-to-eat time-temperature control for safety food in the reach-in cooler, was not date-marked by the facility, and was beyond the sell by date of 2-10-19 and requires discarding. In-use spatulas stored between table edges, an area not easily cleanable and sanitized. Lights are not shielded or shatter-proof over the desserts in the display case.

Hogar Crea International Inc., 26 Green St., Feb. 13. Floor tiles in the food prep area, are broken or missing and are not durable, smooth, non-porous, or non-absorbent; repeat violation.

Mangat Mini Market No. 2, 629 W. Orange St., Feb. 13. No violations.

Surestay Plus Hotel by Best Western, 147 Merts Drive, Elizabethtown, Feb. 13. No violations.

Wisdom Table @ St. Peter's United Church of Christ Kitchen, 816 Buchanan Ave., Feb. 13. No violations.

AFC Sushi @ Lancaster Hospital, 555 N. Duke St., Feb. 12. No violations.

Courtside Lounge, 37 E. Orange St., Feb. 12. No violations.

James Street Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N. Duke St., Feb. 12. No violations.

Lancaster General Hospital Cafeteria, 555 N. Duke St., Feb. 12. No violations.

Marion Court Room, 7 Marion Court, Feb. 12. No violations.

Viet My, 550 N. Franklin St., Feb. 12. Properly date and label fresh fish, tofu and noodles. Food stored directly on the floor in warehouse area, rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration. Repair missing floor tiles by freezer.

Assembly of Christian Churches, 103 Locust St., Feb. 11. No violations.

Chili's No. 1179, 1525 Manheim Pike, Feb. 11. Deeply scored cutting boards not resurfaced or discarded as required. These non-food contact surfaces are not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil: ramekin holders, all control knobs, inside and the bottom of the holder for wooden picks, and under the zone two pass through. A black and pink residue around the inside of the chicken crisper and the chicken cart. Static dust on the fan guards inside the walk-in cooler. Mold and mildew on the black insulation for the condenser unit in the walk-in cooler. Clean food equipment on storage racks, stored wet in a manner that does not allow for draining and/or air drying (wet nesting). Torn rubber door gaskets on the chicken cart. A pink, slimy residue up inside and on the deflector plate of the ice maker. Old food residue on the can opener blade. Two measuring cups stored clean were greasy and not clean to sight and touch.

Country Table Restaurant, 740 E. Main St., Mount Joy, complaint, Feb. 11. Pepper jack cheese, a refrigerated, ready-to-eat time-temperature control for safety food in the small cooling unit, was date-marked by the facility at 1-23-19, but was beyond the seven-day use or sell by date and requires discarding. Several foods in the walk-in cooler stored open with no covering.

East High Street Elementary, 800 E. High St., Elizabethtown, Feb. 11. No violations.

Infinito's Buffet No. 07, 874 Plaza Blvd, Feb. 11. The hand-wash sink in the back was blocked by two mop buckets and not accessible at all times for employee use. The hand-wash sink in the back is slow to drain. Static dust on two pipes near where the containers of fruit toppings are stored on the table near the oven. Old food residue on the can opener blade. The coating on the top of the heating cabinet is bubbling and peeling off and no longer smooth and easily kept clean. The irreversible-registering thermometer and / or the thermal strips for monitoring the rinse temperature of the mechanical dishwasher was not readily accessible and could not be located by the manager. An excessive amount of old food splatter on the upper interior of four microwaves. Single-service, single-use articles (children's combo cups) stored beneath the front counter directly on the floor, and not 6 inches above the floor.

Lancaster County Council of Churches, 812 N. Queen St., Feb. 11. No violations.

Landis Valley Christian Fellowship, 2420 Kissel Hill Road, Feb. 11. No violations.

Silantra Asian Street Kitchen, 101 E. King St., Feb. 11. A working container of lubricating oil was stored on a shelf above a food contact surface; removed, corrected on site.

Cafe U LLC, 2323 Oregon Pike, Feb. 8. Cheese, pudding, and cooked chicken were held at 50F, in the salad bain and the sandwich bain, rather than 41F or below as required. The ambient temperature of both of these units is 50F. Temperature control for safety foods shall not be stored in either of these units until they are repaired and holding the correct cold holding temperature of 41F or below. Working containers of cleanser were stored on the same shelf with food and equipment. Prepackaged salads are not labeled to clearly indicate any “Big 8” allergen ingredients and/or the allergen warning statement. Prepackaged ice cream cups are not labeled properly with the name of product, ingredient statement, net weight, distributed by statement. Prepackaged salads are not labeled properly with the ingredient statement, net weight and distributed by statement.

China Party, 100 Park City Center, L243, Feb. 8. No violations.

Columbia Kettle Works LLC, 112 Water St., Feb. 8. No violations.

Conestoga Elementary School, 100 Hill St., Conestoga, Feb. 8. No violations.

Deli Grassi LLC, 2 W. Grant St., Feb. 8. No violations.

Eagle Foods, 2108 New Danville Pike, complaint, Feb. 8. No violations.

El Friquitin de Villalba, 243 Green St., Feb. 8. No violations.

Miller’s Smorgasbord, 2811 Lincoln Highway East, Ronks, complaint, Feb. 8. No violations.

Olive Garden, 910 Plaza Blvd, complaint, Feb. 8. Several outside trash receptacles were not closed; corrected on site.

On Orange, 108 W. Orange St., Feb. 8. No violations.

Pequea Elementary School, 802 Millwood Road, Willow Street, Feb. 8. No violations.

Stop & Run, 1000 Manor St., follow-up, Feb. 8. No violations.

Villa Pizza, 100 Park City Center, L22, Feb. 8. No violations.

West Hempfield Fire & Rescue, 3476 Marietta Ave., opening, Feb. 8. No violations.

Bounce Kraze, 407 Granite Run Drive, Feb. 7. Old food splatter inside on the upper interior of the microwave. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration of the quaternary ammonia in the three-compartment sink. A working container of cleaner was stored above single service articles (spoons) on the storage rack in the back. Bottles of oven guard stored next to food storage bags on the rack on the bottom shelf in the back.

Brisas del Caribe, 407 E. King St., Feb. 7. Raw eggs were stored above ready-to-eat foods in the refrigerator; repeat violation. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration; repeat violation.

El Triangulo Latino, 102 Manheim Pike, Feb. 7. No violations.

Giant Direct No. 9231, 235 N. Reservoir, opening, Feb. 7. No violations.

Market Place Bakery, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, change of owner, Feb. 7. No violations.

Mill Road Elementary, 35 Elm Ave., Elizabethtown, Feb. 7. No violations.

Primo Hoagies, 2085 Fruitville Pike, Feb. 7. An open employee's beverage container was stored on a shelf with clean food equipment near the three compartment sink. Single-use aluminum pans being re-used multiple times for food storage and/or preparation. Three slicer plates with old food residue on the blades all stored as clean. An aerosol can of air neutralizer stored next to sauce on the shelf. Bottle of cleaner stored next to clean equipment in the back. Bottles of bleach and sanitizers were stored next to a tray of customer cookies. Surface sanitizer stored on the same shelf next to food equipment. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. Food employee using hand sanitizer after handling credit card/money, rather than properly washing hands with soap and warm water prior to donning gloves. Employee had to be prompted to wash hands. Static dust on two air-intake grids in the customer seating area and the fan blades in the back. The outside trash receptacle lids were open at the time of inspection. There is food debris and trash inside the dumpster corral. Several birds were inside the open dumpster. The dumpster is shared by other facilities in the complex. There is no coving-molding beneath the three compartment sink. Food employees preparing food, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets or hats. Portable cutting boards being stored on the floor next to the small cooling unit in the back. The “blue” shelves in the meat cooling unit are chipping and rusting and no longer smooth and easily cleanable.

Rushi Petroleum, 2270 New Holland Pike, Feb. 7. Old unused equipment with outdated, spoiled food, stored in the back, should be removed from food facility. Clutter (old equipment, supplies no longer used, and miscellaneous items) in the basement. Clutter (old food, old opened condiment bottles, outdated, spoiled food) in the back area and the walk-in cooler and freezer. The spigot on the three compartment sink is not long enough to fill the two end bowls of the three-compartment sink. Food facility has an original certificate posted, but the location is not conspicuous for public viewing. Soap was not available at the hand-wash sink in the back. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sink in the back.

Smoketown Elementary School, 2426 Old Philadelphia Pike, Feb. 7. No violations.

Strasburg Pizza, 520 Historic Drive, Strasburg, Feb. 7. Black moist residue accumulation on the cube plate of the ice machine; cleaned. The shelf under the prep table is covered with a cloth type of material which is not non-absorbent or easily cleanable. The shelf above the three compartment sink secured to the wall with a piece of bare wood, not an approved material. Black moist residue accumulation in the floor drain for the three-compartment sink.

Cake Creators, 3543 Marietta Ave., Feb. 6. No sign or poster posted at the handwash sink in the food preparation area to remind food employees to wash their hands.

Charcoals Bar & Grill, 701 Olde Hickory Road, follow-up, Feb. 6. No violations.

Forry's Country Store, 820 Ivory Drive, Feb. 6. No violations.

Little Caesars Pizza, 137 Rohrerstown Road, complaint, Feb. 6. No violations.

Pizza Hut No. 23017, 1440 Manheim Pike, Feb. 6. Old tomato sauce residue on the square and round pizza forms and the pizza cutter and are not being cleaned every four hours as required. A brown, slimy, residue inside the soda nozzles. Grease and old food residue on the inside and outside of black lids and white lids for pan pizzas. Five small, metal, spatulas stored inside the red bin, not clean to sight and touch. An outside shed that has holes in the roof and does not protect against the environment. The shed contains food old equipment, trash, debris, and is possibly an area for rodent harborage. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this non-compliant inspection. The shelves used for storing clean food equipment, the small Beverage-Air cooler, and for dirty utensils, are sticky and not clean to sight and touch. Mold, mildew and old food residue on the shelves inside the walk-in cooler. Static dust on the wall and ceiling above the fryer. Gray water flowing up from the cement around the drain pipe of the hand-wash sink. Several cracked and loose floor tiles in the walk-in cooler. Mechanical ware-washing equipment has a residue buildup inside. Dish racks have a residue buildup on them.