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Vanderburgh Co. restaurant reports

VANDERBURGH CO., IN (WFIE) -

Here are the latest food inspection reports (8/27) from the Vanderburgh County Health Department as submitted to WFIE:

Violations:

Mama Romas Pizza Express, 3115 Covert Ave. 2 critical violations: facility does not have a certified food handler; make table not holding food at required 41 degrees F.

Harbor Bay North, 4428 First Ave. 1 critical violation: insects present. 5 non-critical violations: shelving and countertops and cabinets need repair/replaced; no grease trap maintenance log updated; remove any unnecessary items; floors need repair; facility in need of cleaning under equipment

Kangaroo Express #2417, 1650 S. Kentucky Ave. 1 non-critical violation: floors need cleaning

G.D. Ritzy's, 4320 First Ave. 1 non-critical violation: doors under fry line need repair/replaced

R & K Food Mart Inc, 1526 Judson St. 2 critical violations: lacking food safety employee; flies present in kitchen. 5 non-critical violations: walk-in has leak/condensation; fans dusty in walk-in; disposable towels for washing hands needed; main doors not sealing completely when closed; floors soiled throughout, grease by fryer units building up

Hornets Nest, 11845 Petersburg Rd. 1 critical violation: some items in walk-in not date marked. 1 non-critical violation: floor and wall in bus cart storage area in dining room needs repair

Pizza Depot, 2801 W. Boonville-New Harmony Rd. 1 non-critical violation: kitchen floor needs thorough cleaning and concrete sealed

Simpsons Supermarket, 1365 Covert Ave. 1 critical violation: gnats present in stock room. 1 non-critical violation: outside of fryer lines need cleaning

Taste of India, 4700 Vogel Rd. 1 critical violation: food in reach-in make table not at 41 degrees F. 5 non-critical violations: reach-in not at 41 degrees F; sides of equipment heavily soiled; microwave heavily soiled; tops of prep areas soiled; space under back door

Flames Grille, 1200 W. Columbia St. 4 non-critical violations: drink station ice leaking on floor; behind bar wood needs painted or sealed; doors need sweeps to prevent pests from entering; floor soiled in kitchen

No Violations:

Wendy's #324, 3351 First Ave.

Culver Family Learning Center, 1301 Judson St.

Toast, 1550 Mesker Park Dr.

Rounders Pizza Too, 12731 N. Green River Rd.

Bonkers, 11901 Petersburg Rd. 

Jeff W. Dike Farms, 3443 Kansas Rd.

Lucas Oil Center LLC, 2650 N. Green River Rd.

Quality Inn, 5006 Morgan Ave.

China Express, 1505 S. Governor St.

Taco Johns, 2509 Washington Ave.

God's Kids Preschool - McCutchanville Community Church, 9505 Petersburg Rd.

Side Track Tavern, 664 E. Illinois St.

Merry-Go-Round, 2101 N. Fares Ave.

Shortys, 1209 Baker Ave.

Salvation Army Community Center, 1040 N. Fulton Ave.

Papa Johns, 5436 E. Indiana St.

Orange Leaf of Evansville, LLC

The Wine Vault, 230 N. Burkhardt Rd.

CVS Pharmacy #4482, 101 N. Burkhardt Rd.

Stockyard Inn, 1217 Baker St.

Old Mill, 5031 New Harmony Rd.

Holiday Inn Express, 324 Rusher Creek Rd.

Trinity Lutheran Church, 1403 W. Boonville-New Harmony Rd.

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