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Greene County February 2019 restaurant inspections

March 22, 2019 11:09 am Updated: March 27, 2019 03:42 pm

 

*Editor’s note: Restaurant inspection information for Greene County was obtained from the state Department of Health’s website.

n Scottie’s Summit Lodge, 64 Klein Ave., Hunter, was inspected Feb. 22 and cited for two critical violations: Potentially hazardous foods are not kept at or above 140 degrees Fahrenheit during hot holding; and potentially hazardous foods are not cooled by an approved method where the food temperature can be reduced.

n Overlook at Hunter Mountain, 64 Klein Ave., was inspected Feb. 22 and not cited for any violations.

n Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl, 64 Klein Ave., was inspected Feb. 20 and three non-critical violations were found: Floors, walls, ceilings, not smooth, properly constructed, in disrepair, dirty surfaces; Food contact surfaces not washed, rinsed and sanitized after each use and following any time of operations when contamination may have occurred; and non-food contact surfaces of equipment not clean.

n Adventure Park Café, South Street, Windam was inspected Feb. 19 and cited for two non-critical violations: Hand-washing facilities inaccessible, improperly located, dirty, in disrepair, improper fixtures, soap and single-service towels or hand-drying devices missing; Non-food contact surfaces of equipment not clean.

n Ski Windham, 19 Resort Drive, Windham, was inspected Feb. 19 and cited for one critical violation: Potentially hazardous food are not kept at or above 140 degrees Fahrenheit during hot holding. The establishment was also cited for four non-critical violations: Improper use and storage of clean, sanitized equipment and utensils; Food not protected during storage, preparation, display, transportation and service from potential sources of contamination (e.g. food uncovered, mislabeled, stored on floor, missing or inadequate sneeze guards, food containers double stacked); Manual facilities inadequate, technique incorrect; mechanical facilities not operated in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions; Wiping cloths dirty, not stored properly in sanitizing solutions.

n Kelly Acres, 680 Route 10, Windham, was inspected Feb. 15 and cited for two non-critical violations: Food not protected during storage, preparation, display, transportation and service, from potential sources of contamination (e.g., food uncovered, mislabeled, stored on floor, missing or inadequate sneeze guards, food containers double stacked); Floors, walls, ceilings, not smooth, properly constructed, in disrepair, dirty surfaces.

n Nordic House, 5088 Route 23, Windham, was inspected Feb. 8 and cited for dirty wiping cloths, not stored properly in sanitizing solutions; miscellaneous, economic violation, choking poster, training; toilet facilities inadequate, inconvenient, dirty, in disrepair, toilet paper missing, not self-closing doors, missing hand wash signs.

n Paul’s Pizza and Pasta, 11824 Route 9W, West Coxsackie, was cited for a critical violation: Potentially hazardous foods are not kept at or below 45 degrees Fahrenheit during cold holding, except smoked fish not kept at or below 38 degrees Fahrenheit during cold holding. The establishment was also cited for several non-critical violations, including: Premises littered, unnecessary equipment and article present, living quarters not completely separated for food service operations, live animals, birds and pets not excluded--inspector findings: "There was an employee’s coat lying on top of a 35 pound container of frying oil"; Food contact surfaces not washed, rinsed and sanitized after each use and following any time of operations when contamination may have occurred; Non-food contact surfaces and equipment are improperly designed, constructed, installed, maintained (equipment not readily accessible for cleaning, surface not smooth finish); Floors, walls, ceilings, not smooth, properly constructed, in disrepair, dirty surface; Food not protected during storage, preparation, display, transportation and service, from potential sources of contamination (e.g., food uncovered, mislabeled, stored on floor, missing or inadequate sneeze guards, food containers double stacked).