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Vanderburgh Co. restaurant reports

VANDERBURGH CO., IN (WFIE) -

Here are the latest food inspection reports (10/15) from the Vanderburgh County Health Department as submitted to WFIE:

Violations:

Captain D's #3731, 1200 Covert Ave. 2 critical violations: drain in front of house needs repair; insect activity present. 6 non-critical violations: cutting boards need resurfaced/replaced; bottom freezer door on first product line needs repair; sides of fryers need cleaning; thermometers needed for refrigerators and freezers; back door needs repair; walk-in floors need cleaning

KFC #C119002, 1201 Covert Ave. 1 non-critical violation: pan racks need cleaning

Charlie's Mongolian BBQ, 315 E. Diamond Ave. 1 critical violation: no grease trap maintenance log available. 2 non-critical violations: cold bar not maintaining 41 degrees F or less; base of equipment and floors need cleaning

Taco Bell #28898, 1580 Vann Ave. 1 critical violation: grease trap log not current

Dollar General #12132, 720 Lincoln Ave. 3 non-critical violations: dumpster area soiled; clean floors more frequently to remove dead insects; storage room area soiled where distressed merchandise is kept

Evansville Country Club, 3810 Stringtown Rd. 3 non-critical violations: cutting boards need resurfaced/replaced; dish machine not reaching required temp for sanitizing; vent/exhaust above dish machine needs repair

Una Tu Pizza, 709 N. Governor St. 1 critical violation: no certified food safety employee 

Cisse's Bread Bakery, 4711 Bayard Park Dr. 1 non-critical violation: exterior of reach-ins soiled

Evansville Christian School - Aramark, 4400 Lincoln Ave. 1 non-critical violation: outer surfaces of refrigerators soiled

Pizza King, 220 N. St. Joseph Ave. 2 non-critical violations: soiled hood vent; wall by back door needs repaired

Los Bravos, 6226 Waterford Blvd. 1 critical violation: items in walk-in over 24 hrs. old not date marked

Marco's Pizza, 3100 N. 1st Ave. 1 critical violation: no certified food safety person

Coffee Cottage & Cafe, 612 S. Weinbach Ave. 1 critical violation: no certified food safety person

LKmart Inc., 2345 Covert Ave. 1 critical violation: gnats present; 1 non-critical violation: countertops need repair

T Minimart, 2400 Washington Ave. 1 critical violation: inside ice machine soiled; 3 non-critical violations: outside of ice machine soiled; cappuccino machine soiled; walk-in needs cleaning

Tin Man Brewing Co., 1430 W. Franklin St. 2 critical violations: top of prep table and iced fish not maintaining 41 degrees or below; downstairs expo hand sink used a dump sink. 1 non-critical violation: improper cooling method

Show Me's, 5501 Pearl Dr. 3 non-critical violations: lacking soap at prep table hand sink; base boards missing or in bad shape; ceiling vents and floor by fryer soiled

AMF Arc Lanes, 4901 Monroe Ave. 3 non-critical violations: soda dispenser leaking syrup; microwave soiled; baseboard missing in prep room

No Violations:

Fairlawn School K-5, 2021 S. Alvord Blvd.

Price Less Foods #432, 1550 S. Vann Ave.

Thorntons #83, 701 S. Green River Rd.

Roppongi, 7221 E. Indiana St.

Stringtown School K-5, 4720 Stringtown Rd.

The Sand Trap, 1900 E. Diamond Ave.

The Dapper Pig, 1112 Parrett St.

Schaum's Pizzeria, 240 S. Green River Rd

Willow Park, 5050 Lincoln Ave.

Pappy & Grammy's Kettle Korn, 5 N. Morton Ave.

Salem Church of Darmstadt, 14134 Darmstadt Rd.

Cynthia Heights School K-5, 7225 Cynthiana Rd.

Adele's Naturally, 2704 Lincoln Ave.

The Inflatable Fun Factory, 1424 N. Green River Rd.

Smoke n Food Mart, 1400 N. Main

Bimbo Bakeries USA, 1934 N. Green River Rd.

Arby's #7815, 6100 E. Lloyd Expressway

Gattitown, 316 N. Green River Rd.

CVS Pharmacy #6254, 2344 Covert Ave.

St. Boniface School, 2031 W. Michigan St.

Casey's General Store #3073, 2020 S. Green River Rd.

Cookies by Design, 419 Metro Ave.

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