TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - From a neighborhood diner to a popular fast food chain restaurants across Lucas County racked up a number of violations when a health inspector stopped by for a visit.
The City Diner on Monroe Street had ten violations during a recent inspection. Cooked potatoes weren't being held at a hot enough temperature. Food in the kitchen was expired and there was buildup in the ice machine and pop nozzles.
Sam and Charlie's White Hut also had 10 violations. Once again, potatoes not kept hot enough and there was a dirty tray in the handwashing sink as well as buildup in the ice machine.
A health inspector wasn't "lovin' it" at McDonalds on West Alexis. The fast food restaurant had ten violations.
An employee's nails were too long, which is a no-no in food prep. There was a lot of buildup on the frappe machine and also the pop nozzles and lettuce and cheese weren't properly time stamped, to know how long they'd been sitting out.
Panda Chinese Restaurant on Sylvania Avenue had 9 violations. Raw eggs and chicken were stored above fresh vegetables, not protecting them from contamination. Employees couldn't use the kitchen hand sink because a garbage can was blocking it and the inspector said the restaurant was in need of an overall deep cleaning.
Need some groceries? Monnette's Market on Secor had no violations. The facility was said to be clean and organized.
The same goes for Subway on Broadway. The sandwich shop also had no violations and was clean and organized.