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Restaurant Ratings: Popular eateries rack up violations

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Two popular Lucas County restaurants racked up violations during health inspections recently.

The first is El Camino Sky in Oregon. This popular Mexican restaurant received 13 violations during a recent inspection. Problems included storing raw chicken above beef, build-up in the ice machine and pop gun holder, and dirty containers found in the hand-washing sink. There was also no soap stocked.

Bad news for seafood fans, too. Real Seafood Company at The Docks in Toledo was slapped with nine violations. Among those were food not being held at the right temperature, and chemicals not properly labeled and being stored above food contact items.

Madison Market in Toledo also had nine violations, including raw eggs found stored above ready-to-eat food, a dirty cappuccino machine and no soap at the hand-washing sink.

Briskets in Oregon was close behind with eight violations of their own. The shop was written up for build-up in the ice machine, food contact surfaces and utensils not properly sanitized, and food not being held at proper temperatures.

DG's in Curtice received a clean bill of health, though. Inspectors noted there were test strips used for the sanitizer, and gloves and hair restraints were being used.

Marco's Pizza on Laskey Road also received good news. No violations there, gloves were available and the hand-washing sinks were stocked up on soap.

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