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Palomilla's, Mambo Italiano and Jersey Mike's In Latest Health Dept. Reports

Did your favorite restaurants make the grade this week?

Peachtree Corners restaurant inspections.
Peachtree Corners restaurant inspections.

Peachtree Corners-area restaurant inspections conducted by the Gwinnett County Health Department

 

Palomilla’s Grill House

6470 Spalding Drive, Suite B

Score: 74/C

Date: Feb. 6, 2014

Previous scores: 100/A (12/7/13); 74/C (12/5/13)

Remarks: Observed an employee wash hands without using soap. Observed an employee wash hands in the mop sink. Observed 6 pans of cooked beans cooling in the walk in cooler over 6 hours with temperatures above 41F. Observed employee use gloved hands to handle raw meat and proceed to wash the gloves.

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Mambo Italiano

5165 Peachtree Parkway

Score: 81/B

Date: Feb. 6, 2014

Previous scores: 99/A (1/22/14); 72/C (1/8/14)

Remarks: Caesar dressing made in-house contains raw, shelled, unpasteurized egg as per the person in charge. Shellfish (clams & mussels) in prep cooler removed from the original container. Mussels were DISCARDED because the tag could not be located. Single use items (trays) not covered in storage room. Gasket torn on prep cooler. Floors in walk in cooler with build up. Shelving in walk in cooler with heavy build up.

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Yogurtland

5155 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 1120

Score: 96/A

Date: Feb. 7, 2014

Previous scores: 96/A (4/19/13); 100/A (3/8/13)

Remarks: Potentially hazardous food items in the walk in cooler that were opened over 24 hours prior to inspection were not date marked as required.

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Jersey Mikes

6050 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 120

Score: 92/A

Date: Feb. 6, 2014

Previous scores: 89/B (1/16/14); 74/C (1/6/14)

Remarks: Items in the sliding door cooler such as ham opened and held for over 24 hours was not date marked at the time of inspection. Lemons for tea on display for self service in container with lid, no sneeze guards or other protection present. Several boxes of chips stored directly on the floor of the food storage area. Two employees wearing bracelets while working with food.

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Jimmy February 09, 2014 at 11:37 AM
How many bad scores does Mambo get to have in a 6 month period before the health dept padlocks the door?! Its in a prime location, it has a great outdoor seating area, and completely incompetent management. The people of Peachtree Corners deserve better.

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