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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
warm weather has brought insects and rodents to area restaurants. What eateries
should you be cautious of?
Village Inn on Holland Sylvania Road received 15 violations during its latest
inspection. The Lucas County Health Department noted rust on food preparation
tables, as well as new equipment added without the department's approval. That
new equipment was blocking access to hand and mop sinks. Throughout the
restaurant there are walls that need to be repaired, and there were flying
insects in the kitchen. As for the food, the restaurant's spinach pies were
almost a month old, and ground beef was being stored above shrimp.
were nine violations at Sam and Charlie's White Hut on Central Avenue. Most
notably, a cook was seen cracking eggs with gloves on and then handling toast
immediately after, without changing gloves. There's build-up on doors and soda
nozzles, and a lack of date-marking.
was also found at the Steak-n-Shake on Monroe Street, especially on door
handles. The fast food restaurant received seven violations altogether. Others
included electrical tape holding a sink faucet together and repairs needed for
wasn't the only fast food chain with problems. Chick-fil-A on Monroe Street had
dead flies in the kitchen, and ice, lettuce and tomato all checked in at unsafe
pest control operator needs to be called in for Ping On's Manhattan Boulevard
location. Mice droppings were found under a food storage area. A lot of
cleaning is needed under and behind kitchen equipment. The restaurant received
five violations in all.
restaurants, however, came through their inspections violation-free: Subway on
Secor Road and Hughley's on Locust Street.