Carson City health inspections for Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013
Carson City Health Department’s food-service inspections for Nov. 14. All scores are on a 100-point scale, with points deducted depending on the severity of violations:
Buffalo Wild Wings, bar and lounge, 3815 S. Carson St., scored 100 points.
Buffalo Wild Wings, restaurant, 3815 S. Carson St., 100 points.
Glen Eagles, bar and lounge, 3700 N. Carson St., 100 points.
Gold Dust West, Express Snack Bar, 2171 U.S. Highway 50 E., 100 points.
Hickory Farms, 1443 S. Carson St., 100 points.
LA Bakery, 220 W. John St., 100 points.
Save Mart Supermarkets, bakery, 3620 N. Carson St., 100 points.
Save Mart Supermarkets, deli department, 3325 U.S. Highway 50 E., 100 points.
Glen Eagles, restaurant, 3700 N. Carson St., 99 points. The exterior of the exhaust hood system was dirty.
Pizza Hut, 2441 N. Carson St., 99 points. The urinal in the men’s bathroom was plugged with water overflowing onto the floor and into the hallway.
Save Mart Supermarkets, meat department, 3325 U.S. Highway 50 E., 99 points. There was no sanitizer bucket set up to store wet wiping cloths, corrected on site.
Jimmy G’s Cigar Bar, 301 N. Carson St., 98 points. Areas inside the upper half of the main ice machine needed to be cleaned.
Just Brew It, 1214 N. Carson St., 98 points. Open junctures of the floors, walls and ceiling were not properly sealed.
Lifestream Health Foods, grocery, 101 Hot Springs Road, Suite 1A, 98 points. The bathroom sink was not draining properly. A child’s fork was stored on the rim of the bathroom sink. Unauthorized people were on the premise. A cross contamination violation was cited when a toddler and young child were observed handling and leaving packaged foods on the floor in the grocery area.
Save Mart Supermarkets, seafood department, 3325 U.S. Highway 50 E., 98 points. Knives were stored improperly between the wall and the counter top, corrected on site. There was no sanitizer bucket set up to store wet wiping cloths, and the sanitizer in the three compartment sink was below 200 parts per million, corrected on site.