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Vanderburgh Co. weekly restaurant inspection reports

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Here are the latest food inspection reports (7/9) from the Vanderburgh County Health Department as submitted to WFIE:

Violations:

KC's Corner Pocket, 1819 N. Fulton Ave. 1 critical violation: persons in charge not showing knowledge for proper food safety. 5 non-critical violations: beer in reach-in stored in water; walk-in has condensation; 3 compartment sink has a leak, hand sinks lack soap; hand sinks lack disposable towels

Mama Roma's Pizza Express, 3115 Covert Ave. 2 critical violations: no serve safe certificate available; items in walk-in not date marked. 6 non-critical violations: rack for cans soiled; plastic container for cheese sauce containers soiled; pizza dough containers soiled; counters and sides of equipment soiled; drain pipes soiled; floors soiled and missing paint.

6th Street Deli, 10 NW Sixth St. 1 critical violation: no serve safe certification employee.

Ambartaj Indian Restaurant, 4951 W. Lloyd Expressway. 1 critical violation: lacking grease trap maintenance log. 3 non-critical violations: walk-in refrigerator has condensation and accumulating; drain for soda machine not complete to floor drain; storage shelves need to be cleaned

Old Tyme Deli & Meat Shop, 307 N. First Ave. 1 non-critical violation: hand sink has leak

Sonic Drive-In #111, 3433 N. Green River Rd. 4 non-critical violations: sides of equipment soiled; wall rack for bags soiled; wall behind hot table soiled; floor of walk-in soiled

Texas Roadhouse, 7900 Eagle Crest. 1 non-critical violation: dish machine not reaching 160 degrees F rinse.

No violations:

Tropical Island Ice, 1121 N. Main St.

Sonic Drive-In #105, 4920 W. Lloyd Expressway

Bimbo Bakeries USA, 1934 N. Green River Rd.

Dairy Queen, 5200 Division St.

Kipplee's Stadium Inn, 2350 Division St.

GD Ritzy's, 601 N. Green River Rd.

Hampton Inn, 8000 Eagle Crest Blvd.

Grand Buffet, 1356 N. Green River Rd.

Winzerwald Winery, 2021 W. Franklin St.

Fairfield Inn Evansville West, 5400 Weston Rd.

Circle K #93, 300 S. Green River Rd.

Motomart #3202, 6328 E. Lloyd Expressway

Walgreens #10939, 4828 Davis Lant Dr.

Evansville Basketball Academy, 2800 Kotter Ave.

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