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Peachtree Corners Restaurant Scores: Food Safety Procedures Cited in Failing Grade

J. Alexander's scored a 66 on recent inspection report.

Peachtree Corners, Ga., restaurant inspections
Peachtree Corners, Ga., restaurant inspections

Recent restaurant inspections in the Peachtree Corners areas, as conducted by the Gwinnett County Health Department.

 

La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant

5131 Peachtree Parkway

Score: 91/A

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 91/A (12/17/13); 93/A (1/2/13)

Remarks: New menus (lunch, to-go, and regular menus) do not have proper consumer advisory. Flan was not discarded by the appropriate date. The flan was prepared on June 11th. Manager discarded the flan. 

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Brunswick Zone

6345 Spalding Drive

Score: 93/A

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 86/B (1/17/14); 75/C (1/7/14)

Remarks: Pastrami was still in use past the 7 day refrigerated shelf life. Date labeling on multiple TCS food items does not account for the date of preparation. House-prepared ranch dressing was not being cooled using effective methods.

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Dog Days

6025 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 3

Score: 99/A

Date: June 18, 2014

Previous scores: 98/A (1/8/14); 96/A (1/2/14)

Remarks: Interior of lid of ice machine damaged and held together with tape. 

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Flying Biscuit Café

5270 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 120

Score: 96/A

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 88/B (1/13/14); 95/A (12/26/13)

Remarks: At the beginning of the inspection, pitchers on display were not covered to prevent contamination.

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Marcos Pizza

5270 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 106

Score: 92/A

Date: June 20, 2014

Previous scores: 81/B (10/9/13); 100/A (8/28/13)

Remarks: The handwashing sink near the warewashing area was not supplied with paper towels. Observed employees wearing rubberbands and electronic fitness bracelets on arms. Several plastic containers were observed in clean dry storage with old date labels and residue on the exterior surface.

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Grace 17:20

5155 Peachtree Parkway, #320

Score: 91/A

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 94/A (1/10/14); 83/B (1/2/13)

Remarks: Observed employee handle soft tortilla shell with bare hands.

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La Nonna’s Italian Restaurant

6135 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 101/102

Score: 94/A

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 92/A (2/18/14); 92/A (12/26/13)

Remarks: Foods stored in containers in the walk in cooler were not labeled with the name of the food. Observed wiping cloths stored on counters and on equipment.

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J. Alexander’s

5245 Peachtree Parkway

Score: 66/U

Date: June 19, 2014

Previous scores: 99/A (3/13/14); 99/A (1/13/14)

Remarks: Food safety procedures were not being implemented such as: cooling, cooling methods, when to wash, etc. Practices shall be demonstrated on a daily basis and the Person in Charge (PIC) shall be able to ensure the employees are complying with their duties. After engaging in food prep, observed employee go to the handsink and wash hands without using soap, then proceeded to continue prep. Observed the handsink which is frequently used by employees cooking on the grill not stocked with soap. Observed a black mold like substance and pink film located inside the upper chamber of the ice machine. Observed a large container of queso and a large container of macaroni sauce in the walk in cooler cooling over 2 hrs above 70F. Observed 5 containers of chicken batter (which contains egg and milk) in the walk in cooler cooling over 6 hrs above 41F.  Observed several containers of chicken batter stacked and tightly sealed in the walk in cooler. Observed large, deep containers of queso and macaroni sauce cooling in the walk in cooler. The queso and macaroni sauce had ice wands stored inside, but they were not placed in the center of the foods. The foods were also placed in the cooler to begin cooling above 135F. Discussed with the person in charge about proper cooling methods. Observed several glasses stored in the bar area in close contact with customers with the rims of the glasses stored up. Follow-up inspection within 10 days

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Boulevard Diner

3446 Holcomb Bridge Road

Score: 72/C

Date: June 23, 2014

Previous scores: 61/U (6/13/14); 82/B (1/9/14)

Remarks: Beverage in uncovered styrofoam cup was stored directly next to onions being sliced. Beverage was removed and placed underneath the prep table. Menus do not meet the food safety requirements regarding undercooked foods. Several food items were not being maintained at 41 F or lower: sausage, rigatoni, macaroni, honey dew melon, etc. Foods held past 7 day holding time in refrigeration. Ready-to-eat, TCS foods, stored in the prep coolers, were not labeled or marked with dates. Most recent inspection report was not on display. Knives, spoons, etc were stored submerged in sanitizer between uses. Remove the sanitizer.

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