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Indiana Central News
Terre Haute, Indiana
Terre Haute, Indiana
Vigo County Health Department
Nov. 30 – Dec.11
East Star Buffet, 3059 S US Hwy 41 (5 Critical, 7 Non-Critical) Cooked chicken and ribs in Sushi bar not date marked, cooked chicken on a stick in walk-in cooler not date marked; Sushi rice not time marked; Can and scratch pad in handwash sink in Sushi bar; Raw pork stored over cooked food in Sushi bar cooler, raw ground pork stored over Jello in walk-in cooler; Observed knife with food debris.
Tater & Joe’s Cafe, 423 Wabash Ave (3 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Employee observed handling sandwich and salad with bare hands; Vegetable beef soup, Italian beef and pork sausage not marked with date of disposal; Handwash sink in coffee bar found unclean.
Hokkaido Japanese Buffet, 3810 S US Hwy 41 (3 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) On buffet short baby ribs, pizza, fried gyoza, French fries, onion rings, roast chicken, salt and pepper chicken, chicken sticks found at 74-124 degrees – should be at least 135 degrees; On buffet flan, hard boiled eggs, cut melons found at 50-53 degrees, in upright cooler in kitchen found cooked lo mein, raw eggs and chicken at 53-62 degrees – should be at least 41 degrees or above; Several items in walk-in cooler not marked with date of consumption.
Rally’s #9102, 3175 Wabash Ave (3 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) No hot water provided; Cheesecake filling found at 82 degrees; Cooked hamburger patties and chili in walk-in not date marked.
Tokyo Grill, 920 S 3rd St (3 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Sushi rice not marked with time to discard; No sanitizer measured in dishwasher; Found scouring pad in sushi bar handwash sink.
Jiffy Mini Mart #518, 5083 N Lafayette Ave (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Sandwiches in warmer found at 123 degrees – should be at least 135; Debris found on ice machine chute.
Aramark-Noble Romans, 5500 Wabash Ave (2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Pizza screens found with burnt on debris; Debris found on lobby soda fountain nozzles.
Bob Evans Restaurant #58, 3023 S Second St (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Hashbrowns found at 66 degrees and home fries found at 70 degrees in grill area – should be 135 or above (discarded).
Crossroads Café, 679 Wabash Ave (1 Critical) Sliced meat and Italian beef not date marked.
The Café, 2723 S 7th St Suite A (1 Critical) Cheese, lunchmeat, etc found at 50 degrees in cooler.
Vigo Bowl-Strikemore Lane, 210 9 ½ St (1 Critical) Chute on ice machine and pizza pans observed with accumulated debris.
Voiture 21 – 40/8, 934 N 5th St (1 Critical) Inside ice machine found with debris.
Denny’s Restaurant #138, 233 S 3rd St (6 Non-Critical)
Mike’s Market, 2601 S 3rd St (3 Non-Critical)
Real Hacienda, 3728 Wabash Ave (3 Non-Critical)
McDonald’s #6162, 2633 S St Rd 46 (2 Non-Critical)
Wal-Mart Supercenter #4235, 2399 S St Rd 46 (2 Non-Critical)
Grand Traverse Pie Co, 75 N 3rd St (2 Non-Critical)
Taco Bell #28862, 3636 US Hwy 41 (2 Non-Critical)
George’s Café, 627 Cherry St (2 Non-Critical)
Quality Inn, 555 S 3rd St (1 Non-Critical)
Logan’s in the Library, 5500 Wabash Ave (1 Non-Critical)
Rod & Gun Club, 2525 E Lambert (1 Non-Critical)
Panda Express, 3340 S Hwy 41 (1 Non-Critical)
Dollar General #4386, 63 Southland Center (1 Non-Critical)
Saratoga/Azar’s Catering, 431 Wabash Ave (1 Non-Critical)
7th Street Café, 1606 N 7th St (1 Non-Critical)
Bohannon’s, 1728 Wabash Ave (1 Non-Critical)
St Mary’s O’Shaughnessy Hall, PO Box 130 (1 Non-Critical)
Whiskey Barrel, 2452 1st Ave (1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Pizza Gallery, 6710 Wabash Ave
Quickpik, Inc, 3230 Wabash Ave
Maryvale Housing WCIEDD, 3461 St Mary’s Rd
Hickory Farms #10267, 3401 S US Hwy 41
Kleptz, 9711 E US Hwy 40
Idle Creek Golf Course, 5353 Eldridge Rd
6th Avenue Gentlemen’s Club, 796 Lafayette Ave
Menards, 1380 Ft Harrison Rd
Aramark-Subway, 5500 Wabash Ave
Aramark C-Store, 5500 Wabash Ave
Java City Moench Hall, 5500 Wabash Ave
Booker T Washington Community Center, 1101 S 13th St
Approved to Open
J & K Sweet Shop, 3401 S US Highway 41
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News Writer: Lucy Perry