Gloucester restaurant inspections, Sept. 17-23
The Virginia Department of Health conducted inspections Sept. 17-20 in the Gloucester area.
Domino's Pizza of Gloucester, 6601 George Washington Memorial Highway, was cited with two critical and two non-critical violations in a Sept. 17 inspection. Violations included a handwash facility being used for purposes other than hand-washing, quaternary ammonia being applied to food contact surfaces that does not meet requirements, containers of cleaner not stored separately from insecticides or rodenticides and unpackaged food not being protected from environmental sources of contamination during preparation. All violations were corrected during inspection.
Sunrise Donuts, 4744 George Washington Memorial Highway, was inspected Sept. 17 with no reported violations.
Juan's Mexican Food and Cantina, 2310 George Washington Memorial Highway, was cited for four critical and five non-critical violations in a Sept. 18 routine inspection. Violations included an employee failing to wash their hands before preparing food, disposable towels not being provided in the kitchen's hand-washing lavatory, different types of raw animal foods stored in a way that may cause cross contamination, food not protected from contamination, food in a walk-in refrigerator being held at improper temperatures, improper storage of wiping cloths between uses, a walk-in refrigerator not functioning properly, a light bulb in the walk-in refrigerator in need of being shielded or replaced with a coated or shatter-resistant bulb and insufficient ventilation in the women's restroom to keep the room free of odors.
No violations were reported for Achilles Elementary School, 9306 Guinea Road, in a Sept. 18 routine inspection.
A routine inspection took place Sept. 18 at Abingdon Elementary School, 7087 Powhatan Drive. No violations were reported.
Olivia's in the Village, 6597 Main St., was cited for two critical and seven non-critical violations in a Sept. 19 routine inspection. Violations included cold food being held at improper temperatures and refrigerated, prepared, ready-to-eat food not being properly dated for disposition, both corrected during the inspection. Repeat violations included observed accumulations of grease deposits or other soil on food contact surfaces, uncovered outside waste containers, walls, floors and ceiling in kitchen area not maintained and light bulb in dry storage area not shielded, coated or otherwise shatter-resistant. Other violations included a refrigerator in a state of disrepair, a floor in need of repair or replacement in order to be easily cleanable and less than 50-foot candles of light in kitchen food prep area and under the hood.
Chick-fil-A, 6780 Walton's Lane, was cited for two violations in a Sept. 19 routine inspection. According to the report, a food employee failed to wash their hands before engaging in food preparation and equipment used for storage of food items was observed with visible accumulations of soil and debris. Both critical violations were corrected during the inspection.
Grand Kids, 3152 Hickory Fork Road, received a routine inspection Sept. 20 with no violations reported.
Additional information is available online at the Virginia Department of Health website. Go to vdh.state.va.us/ and select Restaurant Inspections in the Quick Links section.