5-9 Restaurant Inspections

May 9, 2014 

Restaurant inspections for March. If you would like more information about these or other establishments in Cass County contact the Cass County Health Department at 816-380-8425.

Affordable Elegance, 407 W. Pine St., Raymore. March 17. Complaint Inspection. Complaint made that salads were mixed with bare hands. Eggs and chicken were undercooked. Field visit made and spoke to manager. Gloves are provided, but no food was being prepared at time of inspection to check. Manager stated she would go over again with all staff about glove usage as a precaution. Metal stem thermometers are provided. No cooked food at time of inspection. Manager knew proper temperatures of cooked chicken and again will remind staff to make sure to check food temperatures. Manager did state that undercooked eggs are provided if asked for. There is no consumer advisory sign posted (no menu) for undercooked products. Manager made and posted consumer advisory sign at time of inspection. No other complaints received about this issue.

A Frog Prince, 18000 E. 247th St., Harrisonville. March 10. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Amvets Friendly Tavern Post #172, 303 Main, Garden City. March 19. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris build-up in soda gun nozzle. Corrective Action: Informed owner, noted item cleaned and sanitized. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Belton Hy Vee - Retail Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. March 12. Follow up Inspection. Critical items corrected except for Food Handler requirement. Corrective Action: Employees must obtain food handler certification before audit 04/05/2014.

Belton Hy Vee - Meat Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. March 12. Follow up Inspection. Critical items corrected except for Food Handler requirement. Corrective Action: Employees must obtain food handler certification before audit April 5.

Cambridge Elementary School, 109 W Cambridge, Belton. March 13. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Casey’s General Store #2285, 6909 E. 163rd St., Belton. March 20. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1 Debris build-up inside ice machine around ice chute. Corrective Action: Last documented cleaning Nov. 16. Informed manager, ice machine cleaned/ sanitized during inspection. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Casey’s General Store #2443, 52 F Hwy., Garden City. March 19. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Unlabeled spray bottle with clear liquid. Sanitizer test strip used to determine contents. Corrective Action: Spray bottle labeled per employee. No sanitizer solution prepared at either sandwich or pizza station. Corrective Action: Informed kitchen manager, sanitizer solution and positioned at both stations and 3-basin sink. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Church’s Chicken, 7925 E. 171st, Belton. March 13. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Soda Fountains: debris build-up inside fountain heads. Nozzles and filters are clean. Corrective Action: Instructed person in charge how to inspect and clean noted area. Person-in charge cleaning soda fountains. Employees entered kitchen from outside building resuming duties without washing their hands. Corrective Action: Informed person in charge, employees instructed to wash their hands. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Cleveland BP, 24620 S. D Hwy., Cleveland. Mar. 11. Follow up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected.

Coffee Cat’s Coffee Roaster, 2003 Southland East, Harrisonville. March 13. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Commercial Street Conoco, 1801 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. March 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Cosentino’s Price Chopper - Meat Department, 109 N. Cedar, Belton. March 20. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Seafood cooler CM27: raw chicken stored above salmon filets. Corrective Action: Manager moved chicken to a different rack. Closed display case: temperature dependant foods stocked >24hours average temperature 45°F. Loaded baked potatoes 43.9- 44.5°F, stuffed jalapenos 45°F, chicken breasts 43.8°F, chicken Kiev 43-44°F. Corrective Action: Items prepared and stocked in case prior to inspection or during inspection removed from case, stored in walk-in cooler. Rechecked items in display after 1 hour, no temperature change. Manager able to produce 1 tag for shellstock seafood. Receipt provided for shellstock species. Corrective Action: Tags must be available for all shellstock for a minimum 90 days. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Dairy Queen, 400 N. Foxridge Dr., Raymore. March 14. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Hot dogs in hot holding tray unit are 109°F at time of inspection. Corrective Action: Reheated to 165°F. A reinspection will be made on March 18 and hot dogs must be 135°F or above during holding and tray top with hole should be fixed at this time. Non Critical Violations: 11. March 18 Follow up inspection. Follow-up made on hot dog holding temperatures. Kitchen was shut down for most food service and only serving ice cream because of an issue with fryers. Establishment is making good progress on many of the non-critical items noted. Another follow up will be made on March 19 to check hot dog temps when kitchen is in operation. March 19 Follow up inspection. Hot dogs in hot holding tray are 142°F at time of inspection - Critical Violation Corrected. New lids are on order to replace the tray lids with holes in them. Good progress continues to be made on non-critical violations.

Dairy Queen, 701 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. March 21. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Drain line from fan unit in walk-in refrigerator is zip-tied to food rack and is above food. Drain line also is not over floor drain and drains onto floor. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving drain line to floor, below food, and moving so it drains to floor drain. Armor all bottle of cleaner stored on shelf over three-compartment sink. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving away from utensils and food. Non Critical Violations: 9.

Del’s Dashboard Deli, 2905 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. March 20. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Dominator Fuels, 29505 Old Hwy. 7, Garden City. March 19. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Black debris build-up in soda fountain heads, nozzles, filters. Previously cited July 18, 2012. Corrective Action: Informed employee. Walk-in cooler: carton of raw eggs on shelf above milk and tea. Corrective Action: Informed employee, raw meats and eggs must be stored below all ready-to-eat foods. Bucket bleach sanitizer: >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Bleach sanitizer used to wipe surfaces must be maintained between 100-200 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Down Home Diner, 2041 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. March 10. Follow up Inspection. Handsink in kitchen has been repaired and is in good working order - Critical Violation Corrected.

Fast Gas & Snacks, 1509 N. Scott, Belton. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. No hot water available at restroom handwashing sink. Corrective Action: Hot water valve was turned off. Water turned on, available. Hot water must be available at all handwashing sinks. Debris build-up noted coke soda fountain heads. Nozzles and filters are clean. Corrective Action: Instructed owner how to inspect fountain heads. Noted areas cleaned/sanitized. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Foxwood Springs Living Center, 1500 W. Foxwood, Raymore. March 17. Follow up Inspection. Recheck made on dessert refrigerator. Dessert refrigerator has been removed from kitchen and receipt provided from "Food Equipment Repair, Inc" for repairs. Manager stated that dessert refrigerator will not be put in service until it comes back from repair company and is checked that it can hold 41°F or below at all times. Manager will call if or when dessert refrigerator is put back into service or if new refrigerator is purchased. March 13 Follow up Inspection. Backflow preventer has been installed on sprayer that can hang below flood rim of prep sink - Critical Violation Corrected. Hot water at 110°F or above has been provided at handsinks - Non-Critical Violation Corrected. Dinex dessert refrigerator was out of service at time of reinspection. Manager reported that unit had been fixed but got up to 51°F at was taken out of service again. Manager reported that repair company has been contacted to repair unit again - Critical Violation Not Corrected. A reinspection will be made March 17 to check that Dinex dessert refrigerator has been repaired to run 41°F or below.

Frankie and Johnny’s Pub & Grill, 17209 S. 71 Hwy., Belton. March 11. Follow up Inspection. Critical Items Corrected.

Gas-Mart USA, 500 E. North Ave., Belton. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Two employees food handler certificates are expired since July 2013. Corrective Action: Renew food handler certificates before food handler audit April 18. Roller Grill: sausage 126°F. Corrective Action: Per manager item on grill approximately 1 1/2 hours. When reheating, foods must be heated to internal temperature 165°F for minimum 15 seconds before hot holding for sale. Rollers barely hot to touch. Manager increased temperature. Before revisit inspection, ensure hot foods are heated and held at proper temperatures. Refillable spray bottle is not labeled with common name of contents. Corrective Action: Informed manager, employee labeled bottle. Bleach sanitizer >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed manager, employee prepared new sanitizer <200 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Hissho Sushi at Price Chopper, 900 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 8400 Clint Dr., Belton. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Mazzio’s Italian Eatery, 2200 E. Mechanic, Harrisonville. March 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Many employees on schedule do not have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided on site. Corrective Action: All employees must have a food handler card or photocopy provided at time of reinspection, in 30 days. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Michelle’s Ranch Café, 501 E. Walnut, Raymore. March 12. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that an insect was found in butter. A field visit was made to establishment and no insect issues were observed. Talked to owner and they do not have a pest control operator service the establishment. Recommend that establishment acquire services of a pest control operator for preventative treatments.

Minsky’s Pizza, 812 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 17. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that a person ate fettuccine alfredo w/chicken at establishment at 7:30 p.m. March 13, and got sick at 11:30 a.m. the next day. Field visit made to establishment. Spoke with manager about complaint. Manager stated he was not aware of any ill employees working that day and none left work sick at that time. Chicken used for fettuccine alfredo is received raw and frozen. Manager stated the chicken is cooked in oven for 28-30 minutes until 165°F. A metal stem thermometer is provided in kitchen to check temperatures. Chicken is shredded and then cooled in small container in refrigerator. Shredded chicken container is date marked and used within seven day time frame. Shredded chicken in back refrigerator is 31°F and in prep refrigerator is 38°F at time of inspection. Noodles are blanched and put in microwave for 4-5 minutes to cook. Shredded chicken, noodles and sauce are added together and cooked in microwave and checked for 165°F. Manager will remind employees to check these final cook temperatures and to continue monitoring all processes. No other complaints received on this issue at this establishment.

Old Cedar Inn, 701 Old 7 Hwy., Garden City. March 19. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. 3 door refrigerator: milk 54°F, black olives 49°F prepared March 17, diced ham 52°F prepared March 14. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with person in charge. Food items prepared prior to inspection moved to walk-in cooler. Food items prepared before March 19 temperature checked if greater than 41°F, item discarded. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Papa Murphy’s Take N Bake Pizza, 1320 E. North Ave., Belton. March 11. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Pizza Hut, 2023 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 19. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Twenty-two employee on schedule are missing a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 days and all employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Price Chopper #285 - Bakery Department, 900 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Price Chopper #285 – Meat Department, 900 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Quik Trip #233, 501 E. North Ave., Belton. March 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Ruby Tuesday, 1300 E. North Ave., Belton. March 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Pantry-side warmer: parmesan sauce 112°F, marinara 108°F. Corrective Action: Manager instructed employee to remove and discard items, adjusted thermostat. Items replaced. Bar dish sink bleach sanitizer>200 ppm. Corrective Action: Bleach sanitizer diluted to 100 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Ryan’s Family Steakhouse, 1918 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 11 Follow up Inspection. Establishment has valid food handler cards provided for employees on schedule - Critical Violation Corrected. March 20 Complaint Inspection. Complaint received that employee in bakery area was touching ready-to-food items with bare hands, and employees were not changing gloves in kitchen after they complete other tasks and come back to prep food. Observed kitchen and bakery areas and no bare hand contact with ready-to-eat food was observed at time of inspection or issues with glove usage. Spoke with manager and he was aware of complaint. He stated bakery employee had forgot to put gloves when working with food in the bakery and manager had employee put on gloves when he was informed. Manager also reminded this employee to put on gloves when working in area and handling food. The cake the employee had been working with was discarded by manager. Talked with manager about glove use when going from food prep to other tasks in kitchen and gloves must be changed when going back to food prep. Manager will remind all employees the importance of glove use when touching ready-to-eat food and proper procedures for when to change gloves. Management must continue to be active in monitoring proper glove use by employees and correcting any problems observed.

Scott Elementary School, 310 S. Scott Ave., Belton. March 13. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Subway, 2015 W. Foxwood, Raymore. March 17. Follow up Inspection. Handsink in dishwashing area is in good working order - Critical Violation Corrected. Reinspection scheduled for April 7 on food handler cards.

The Little Pig, 103 S. Scott, Belton. March 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

The Garage Burgers & Brew, 1400 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. March 12. Preopening Inspection. Establishment is not approved. Establishment must complete the following: 1) self-closing devices restroom doors, 2) paint/seal any bare wooden surface, 3) seal any gaps in equipment/walls/floors, 4) put end caps on bar light shield, 5) wet utensil holder at 3 comp sink and 6) general cleanup. A reinspection will be made on March 12. Bar will be used for drinks only and no food prep or serving ice will be used at bar because no handsink is provided there. Garage doors will be screened if left open. March 12 Follow up Inspection. Establishment has completed items from previous inspection. Establishment is approved to open, pending payment of food permit fee at office and approval by the city of Harrisonville.

The Pit Grill & Bar, 1242 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 12. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Bar dish machine chlorine level at 10 ppm. Corrective Action: Corrected to 75 ppm by changing out old sanitizer bucket for a fresh bucket. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Turners GACA Family Development, 512 Bong, Belton. March 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Dried greasy debris build-up on meat slicer blade, guard, and base. Corrective Action: Per manager unit was last used Sunday. Slicer was dismantled, cleaned and sanitized. Non Critical Violations: 4.

VFW Post 4409, 1804 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. March 21. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Wal-Mart Supercenter #319 - Deli Department, 2015 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. March 21. Follow up Inspection. Employees on schedule all have a valid food handler permit - Critical Violation Corrected.

Wellington’s Wine & Cheese, 125 W. Broadway, Peculiar. March 13. Preoperational Inspection. Establishment has added a three compartment sink, handsink, mop sink and restroom. Establishment is now approved for food operation, pending approval by the city of Peculiar and finishing of all touch up work by mop sink.

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