Carson City health inspections for June 30, 2017
Carson City Health Department’s food-service inspections for June 30. All scores are on a 100-point scale, with points deducted depending on the severity of violations:
EZ Market, 262 W. Winnie Lane, scored 100 points.
Codfather, mobile food vehicle, 100 points.
Comstock Casino, bar and lounge, 3680 Goni Road, 100 points.
High Desert Botanicals, 1880 E. William St., Suite 8, 100 points.
Joanie’s Creekside Cafe & Catering, 1795 E. College Parkway, Suite 100, 100 points.
King of Kings, 2419 Dori Way, Suite 3, 100 points.
Los Garcias Mexican Restaurant, 2000 N. Carson St., 100 points.
Mallards at Empire Ranch Golf Course, bar and lounge, 1875 Fairway Drive, 100 points.
Princess Gift & Party Supply, 933 Woodside Drive, 100 points.
Wendy’s, 2555 N. Carson St., 100 points.
American Nutritional Products, 4610 Arrowhead Drive, 99 points. An accurate chemical test kit was missing for manual dish and cloth sanitizing.
Ed’s Doghouse, 3300 Airport Road, 99 points. An accurate chemical test kit was missing for manual dish and cloth sanitizing.
FoodMaxx, bakery, 3325 E. Highway 50, 99 points. The cooling unit was leaking.
FoodMaxx, produce department, 3325 E. Highway 50, 99 points. Mops were not being air-dried after use.
Mallards at Empire Ranch Golf Course, main kitchen, 1875 Fairway Drive, 99 points. The floors needed to be cleaned.
Jack in the Box, 309 E. William St., 98 points. Cloths used on food-contact surfaces weren’t clean or didn’t contain enough sanitizer residual. Sanitizer buckets didn’t contain enough cleaning solution. Garbage cans needed to be cleaned.
Jack in the Box, 3665 S. Carson St., 98 points. Cloths used on food-contact surfaces weren’t clean or didn’t contain enough sanitizer residual. Sanitizer buckets didn’t contain enough cleaning solution. Floors weren’t clean.
FoodMaxx, grocery, 3325 E. Highway 50, 95 points. Food in damaged containers needed to be removed from shelves.
FoodMaxx, meat and seafood department, 3325 E. Highway 50, 95 points. Pork products were inadequately labeled.
Juan’s Mexican Grill, 3680 Goni Road, 94 points. Food wasn’t being cooled rapidly enough to minimize bacterial growth (hot food was being placed directly into the cooler, instead of first in an ice bath or shallow pan). The dishwasher wasn’t working correctly. Due to multiple issues over several inspections, staff is required to maintain a daily sign-off sheet certifying the dishwasher is being checked with appropriate test strips.
Galaxy Fandango, 400 S. Curry St., 87 points. Perishable food was found above 46 degrees — hot dogs and pepperoni held internal temperatures of 52 degrees. The hand-washing sink was being used for food preparation. Spray bottles used on food-contact surfaces didn’t contain adequate sanitizer residual. Food-contact surfaces of equipment and utensils weren’t clean; pink slime was found in both ice machines.
Little Caesars Pizza, 1217 S. Carson St., 79 points. Perishable food was being held above 46 degrees (prepped pizzas held internal temperatures of 72 degrees instead of 41 degrees or below). Also, staff couldn’t identify when pizzas were prepared, so the pizzas were discarded accordingly. The hand-washing sink was being used for food preparation. An employee was eating pizza in the food preparation area. Food-contact surfaces of equipment and utensils weren’t clean. The dough presser was coated in flour. The pizza oven wasn’t being cleaned monthly. The reach-in cooler needed to be cleaned. Single-service utensils were being stored in the bathrooms. The three-basin sink was leaking and needed to be repaired, repeat violation. The floors weren’t clean.