healthdeptinspections300 eHOPKINS COUNTY, KY (8/30/13) - The following is your weekly update on local restaurant inspections for the Hopkins County area, courtesy of the Hopkins County Health Department

Bo Bo Restaurant – 97
Minor violations:
•Ice machine door not properly working
•Foods not properly covered

Browning Springs School – 100
No violations

Hopkins County Central High School Cafeteria – 98
Minor violation:
•Dumpster overflowing

Huck’s Food - 92 (South Main)
Minor violations:
•Hair restraints needed
•Wiping cloths not property stored
•Light shields in need of repair
•Spillage in cooling units
•Floors in need of cleaning/repair
•Ice scoop not properly stored
•Inside ice machine needs cleaning
•Spillage around coffee area

Ideal Market – 99 (Nortonville)
Minor violation:
•Debris build up on bread container

Kroger – 100
No violations

Lady L. Cakes & Creations – 100
No violations

Mt Fuji – 99
Minor violation:
•Clean inside ice machine

Panther Pizzeria – 99
Minor violation:
•Ceiling in need of repair

The Pentecostals of Lone Star – 100
No violations

Pizza Hut – 97
Minor Violations:
•Cooling/heating unit in back room in need of cleaning
•Container needs to be labeled
•Wall/ceiling in need of repair
•Sauce containers in need of cleaning

Ponderosa Steak House – 92
Minor violations:
•Cold water handle broken at hand sink
•Bowl used as scoop in powdered sugar
•Napkins stored on floor
•Food stored on floor in walk-in freezer
•Soiled wiping cloth stored on counter top

Quality Quick – 96 (W. Noel)
Minor violations:
•Foods not properly stored
•Floors in need of repair
•Freezer in need of repair

South Hopkins Middle School Cafeteria – 100
No violations

Southside – 100
No violations

West Broadway Grade School – 100
No violations

The next food training class will be on September 10, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. If you or your employees would like to enroll, please call April at (270) 821-5242 ext 263.

If for any reason you can’t make the scheduled food training class, we will be willing to schedule different times or days.

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Information provided by April Hendrix Cullen, Environmental Secretary

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