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  • Oct. 05, 2017 - 10:01 PM

Restaurant inspections

The Newnan Times-Herald

The Coweta Board of Environmental Health inspects all Coweta restaurants, schools and businesses that serve food several times each year.

Food inspections can be conducted during any hours of operation or whenever food is being prepped in the permitted establishment. Inspections are made at varying times to ensure that the food service rules and regulations are being followed. Some establishments have hours after 5 p.m., therefore inspections will be conducted when risk factors can be observed for compliance. Inspectors wear hairnets during checks to protect the food, which is also a requirement for those working around open food.

Using a 41-category checklist, an environmental health specialist checks compliance in safe handling of food, proper disposal of garbage, and other areas.

Bee’z Eats, 395 Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd., Newnan-- was inspected on Sept. 19 and received a score of 91-A. Inspector’s comments: Tilapia 48.5F, catfish 48F, hot dogs 51F stored in reach-in cooler. Split gasket around cooler door. New violation.

Buffalo Wild Wings, 355 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan -- was inspected on Sept. 19 and received a score of 92-A. Inspector’s comments: Pink mold on drop area of ice machine. Dried food particles in slicer and dicer. Washed, rinsed and sanitized during inspection Corrected on-site. New violation. Black spots on prep boards. New violation.

Hardee’s, 231 Temple Ave., Newnan-- was inspected on Sept. 21 and received a score of 80-B. Inspector’s comments: Observed weak sanitizer in three-compartment sink. Sink cleaned, along with buckets and sanitizer verified at proper concentration. Sink buckets must be clean (had grease residue) before filling with sanitizer; corrected on-site. New violation. Observed open dumpster door inside enclosure. New violation. Observed apron with food and soiled pot holder on prep table. New violation.

Oasis Bar & Grill, 11 Spence Ave., Newnan -- was inspected on Sept. 8 and received a score of 91-A. Inspector’s comments: Raw beef and pork stored above produce inside cooler. New violation.

RPM Full Service, 15 Jackson St., Newnan -- was inspected on Sept. 13 and received a score of 92-A. Inspector’s comments: Dried food particles on slicer and dicer. New violation. Sanitizer not pumping through dish machine properly. New violation.

Ruby Tuesday, 1120 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan -- was inspected on Sept. 21 and received a score of 62-U.* Inspector’s comments: Observed rice with a mold-like clump. Particulates present in ingredients stored on bottom shelf with other open ingredients in Lucite pans – lid covered with plastic wrap with debris on top. Unopened foods stored above open food. Observed food left on dishes after being run through the dish machine. Dishes wet-stacked. Dishwasher not working properly. Buildup on can opener.

*A followup inspection on Sept. 22 earned a score of 78-C. Inspector’s comments: Observed bar sink set up with wash, sanitize, rinse then air dry areas. Instructed bar employee to set sink up wash, rinse, sanitize and air dry. New violation. Observed food particles on pans, containers, slicer and ice cream dipper well in need of cleaning due to buildup present. New violation. Observed carbon buildup on some pans. New violation.