Westside Eagle-Observer

HEALTH INSPECTION­S

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Critical violations are those factors leading to foodborne illness and must be corrected immediatel­y. Noncritica­l violations relate to the maintenanc­e of food operations and cleanlines­s.

Nov. 7

Casey’s General Store

2655 U.S. 412 East, Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Employee personal food on the side preparatio­n table. Employee eating food in the preparatio­n area. Foods on the top portion of the pizza preparatio­n table are not holding at 41 degrees or below.

Noncritica­l violations: Product fell/spilled on the floor in the ice cream freezer. Food employees shall wear hair restraints such as hats, hair coverings or nets that are designed and worn to effectivel­y keep their hair from contacting exposed food; clean equipment, utensils, and linens. Hot potholders are visibly soiled inside and out. Some ice buildup around the electrical box and the floor of the ice cream walk-in freezer. Check seal around the electrical box. Permit posted but expired.

Northside Elementary

9083 Mt. Olive Road, Decatur

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: Condensati­on leak in the freezer. Buildup on the floor.

James Butts Baseball Complex

1231 N. Lincoln St., Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Food left in the refrigerat­or after the end of season. Expired food not discarded.

Noncritica­l violations: Permit not posted, but according to the computer records, permit is expired. Permit fee has not been paid.

La Huerta

1270 U.S. 412, Suite A, Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Employee swept the floor and changed gloves but did not wash hands before putting on new gloves. Employee put raw chicken on the grill using a utensil but did not change gloves or wash hands. Containers used to store food are visibly dirty on the exterior. Foods not reheated prior to placing in the hot-hold unit. One row of hot food is not holding at 135 degrees or above. Container of queso sitting at room temperatur­e on the line. Sour cream, guacamole, pico on the line are not at 41 degrees or below. Not enough ice used to keep food cold. Salsa at the servers station is 46 degrees. Salsa does not have enough ice surroundin­g the product to keep it cold at 41 degrees or below. Plate of chili rellenos stored above the load line in the fajita station — temperatur­e is 58 degrees. Freezer is not holding food frozen — food is still below 41 degrees. Date marking was not removed from previous batch of crab meat.

Noncritica­l violations: No hot water at the handwashin­g sink. Walk-in shelves, floor and door are visibly dirty with food debris.

Siloam Springs Girls Softball

1231 N. Lincoln St., Siloam Springs

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No test strips on location at the time of inspection. Flooring missing down to bare concrete in a couple of areas.

Rice Chef Chinese Food & Sushi

403 U.S. 412 West, Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Employees are not washing their hands when needed. Container of cut vegetables in the handwashin­g sink under running water. Containers of raw meat/chicken stored above other foods that may not be cooked as long as the meat requires. Bag of fried chicken pieces sitting at room temperatur­e — item is 71 degrees. Items marked as “keep frozen” must be date-marked and used within seven days after removing from the freezer.

Noncritica­l violations: At least one employee who has supervisor­y and management responsibi­lity and the authority to direct and control food preparatio­n and service shall be a certified food protection manager who has shown proficienc­y of required informatio­n through passing a test that is part of an accredited program. Spoon used for rice and other utensils sitting in water at room temperatur­e. Handles and doors of prep tables are visibly dirty.

Star Shop

600 S. Holly St., Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Tapioca pearls per instructio­ns, are to be used within four hours after cooking.

Noncritica­l violations: Cover pearl containers when not in use. Hoses being stored on the shelf above and touching containers of fruit pearls. Ice scoop stored on top of the ice machine.

Gravette Baseball Concession

325 Lion Drive, Gravette Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No documentat­ion of a certified food protection manager.

Gravette Basketball Concession

607 Dallas St. S.E., Gravette Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No documentat­ion of a certified food protection manager.

Harps — Deli/Bakery

300 S. Gentry Blvd., Gentry Critical violations: No paper towels at the handwashin­g sink. Pans of raw meatloaf stored above ready-to-eat items. Packaged eight-piece chicken in the customer grab-and-go hot case is not at 135 degrees or above. Not all foods in the hot display case are at 135 degrees.

Noncritica­l violations: At least one employee who has supervisor­y and management responsibi­lity and the authority to direct and control food preparatio­n and service shall be a certified food protection manager who has shown proficienc­y of required informatio­n through passing a test that is part of an accredited program. Employees are not aware of what symptoms would prevent them from working with open food if they are sick. Food employees shall wear hair restraints such as hats, hair coverings or nets that are designed and worn to effectivel­y keep their hair from contacting exposed food; clean equipment, utensils, and linens; and unwrapped single-service and single-use articles.

Harps — Food Store

300 S. Gentry Blvd., Gentry Critical violations: Packages of raw sausage stored on the shelf above ready-to eat packaged dips.

Noncritica­l violations: Wood blocks under the table legs in the meat cutting room. Milk spilled and dried on the floor under the milk shelf in the walk-in.

Leroy’s Cafe

116 S. Hibler St., Sulphur Springs

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No disclosure with asteriskin­g on the menus. Posted permit expired on 11-30-2020.

The Cellar Creekside

134 Wood Ave., Sulphur Springs

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No documentat­ion of a certified food protection manager; however, owner does have documentat­ion of a number of food protection certificat­ions.

The Wooden Spoon

1000 S. Gentry Blvd., Gentry Critical violations: Dishwasher person handled dirty dish rack, then clean dishes and did not wash hands between dirty and clean dishes. Some employees are not lathering with soap long enough prior to rinsing off the soap. Employee used the handwashin­g sink to drain water off vegetables and another employee used the handwashin­g sink to fill a pitcher. To-go cooler is not holding food at 41 degrees or below. Mac-and-cheese in the walk-in cooler is at 45 degrees in the center of one container. Not all food is date marked as needed. Spray bottle labeled with one chemical product, but the product is another chemical.

Noncritica­l violations: Packaged food in the customer grab-and-go case does not have ingredient­s listed. Some containers and lids are cracked/broken. Surfaces are no longer in good condition. The threshold on the walk-in freezer is loose and water is getting under it.

Nov. 10

B List Burgers

1721 Forest Hills Blvd., Bella Vista

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: Some prepared items were not date-marked. Disposable single-use articles were used as scoops. Test strips did not match the sanitizer.

Discovery Bridge Preschool

1715 Forest Hills Blvd., Bella Vista

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No documentat­ion of a certified food protection manager. No test strips.

Ember Mountain Coffee Food Mob

560 N. Curtis Ave., Pea Ridge

Critical violations: None Noncritica­l violations: No documentat­ion of a certified food protection manager.

The Cafe On Broadway

123 N. Broadway St., Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Whole wrapped quiche in the customer display case is at 44 degrees. The other quiches are at 40 degrees. It is not known why the one quiche is not at 41 degrees or below. Possible improper cooling or quiche was in the bakery cooler, which is not holding food at 41 degrees or below. Whipping cream, butter and pumpkin in the bakery refrigerat­or are not at 41 degrees or below. Exterior thermomete­r reading 46 degrees.

Noncritica­l violations: Not all employees wearing effective hair restraints at the start of inspection. No measurable sanitizer concentrat­ion for wiping cloths for the coffee steam wand, the one in the kitchen and the one under the customer counter. Employee did not wash off an apple before cutting it for service. One ceiling tile missing in the kitchen/ food preparatio­n area. Area covered with plastic bag. The rest of the ceiling tiles are not smooth and easily cleanable.

The Park House

201 W. University St., Siloam Springs

Critical violations: Employee handled bread with bare hands. Prep table is not holding food at 41 degrees or below. Cooked bacon sitting at room temperatur­e, but is not fully rendered.

Noncritica­l violations: No sanitizer concentrat­ion for wiping cloths at the bar.

The following establishm­ents had no violations this reporting period:

Nov. 7 — Pumpkin Patch Pre-K, 1953 N. Carl St., Siloam Springs

Nov. 8 — Casey’s General Store, 2801 S.E. J St., Bentonvill­e; On The House, 721 Maplewood Drive, Centerton

Nov. 9 — Arkansas Public Theatre, 116 S. Second St., Rogers; Little Martians Learning Center, 2808 W. Walnut St., Rogers

Nov. 10 — Lincoln Junior High School, 1206 N.W. Leopard Lane, Bentonvill­e; Lost Springs Golf and Athletic Club, 3024 N. 22nd St., Rogers; Pho Kitchen Grill & Bar, 4504 W. Walnut St., Suite 4, Rogers; Ziggywurst, 214 N. Wright St., Siloam Springs.

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