The Newnan Times-Herald

Restaurant Inspections

Restaurant inspections

  • By Kandice Bell
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  • Jan. 08, 2019 - 8:43 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 hair nets 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.

Partner’s II Pizza, 48 Market Square Road, Newnan – was inspected Nov. 28 and received a score of 83-B. Inspector’s comments: Observed chopped peppers, mushrooms and ready-to-eat bread in walk-in and reach-in cooler under prep top at 45F. Temperatures in prep-top were marginal. Person-in-charge moved items to another cooler. New violation. Observed open bags of lettuce and and spinach with no date-marking. Observed shaved lunch meat stored with no date or preparation or disposal. New violation.

Reposteria Criss Inc., 21 Bullsboro Drive, Suite A, Newnan –  was inspected Nov. 27 and received a score of 87-B. Inspector’s comments: Observed open bag of cornmeal stored on top of reach-in cooler. New violation. Observed tongs hanging above handwash sink, where they are exposed to possible contamination from handwashing area. New violation.

Subway, 1731 B Newnan Crossing, Newnan – was inspected Nov. 28 and received a score of 95-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed employee wipe down food prep area with soapy sponge before use. Informed person-in-charge and employee that food contact areas must be sanitized before use. New violation. Observed both side doors on dumpster open. Person-in-charge closed doors. Corrected on-site. New violation.

Subway, 2344 N. Hwy. 29, Newnan – was inspected Nov. 29 and received a score of 91-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed food held in prep-top held higher than 41F. Person-in-charge swapped over-temperature foods with foods from walk-in cooler. Corrected on-site. New violation.

Subway, 30 Raymond Hill Road, Suite B, Newnan – was inspected Nov. 28 and received a score of 93-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed food thawing in standing water with a temperature of 63.4 F in prep sink. New violation. Observed a box of lettuce stored on the floor of walk-in cooler. New violation.

Waffle House, 4410 Hwy. 154, Newnan –  was inspected Nov. 27 and received a score of 93-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed mold-like substance on ice machine. Observed dirty pan stored with clean pans under grill. New violation. Observed wet-stacked dishes. Dishes should be air-dried completely before stacking. New violation.

The Walking Dead Cafe, 48 Main St., Suite 1B, Senoia –  was inspected Nov. 28 and received a score of 96-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed packaged, ready-to-eat foods stored on the floor beside dessert display and in cabinet under sink. Person-in-charge stated she would move these items. New violation. Observed sanitizer not showing sufficient strength. Corrected on-site. Repeat violation.

Wendy’s, 135 Fischer Crossing Drive, Sharpsburg –  was inspected Nov. 30 and received a score of 99-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed dishes wet-stacked. New violation.

Wesley Woods of Newnan/Peachtree City, 2280 N. Hwy. 29, Newnan –  was inspected Nov. 29 and received a score of 90-A. Inspector’s comments: Observed sugar scoop stored in sugar with handle in sugar. Person-in-charge removed scoop. Corrected on-site. New violation. Observed two different soups in large containers in walk-in cooler date marked Nov. 27 and Nov. 28 at 45.8 F and 57.1 F respectively. Person-in-charge immediately threw them out. Corrected on-site. New violation.