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Restaurant Report Card 5.16.13

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If you work in a restaurant in Lucas County, you have to wear gloves.

If you take off your gloves, and switch to another pair, you have to wash your hands in-between, otherwise, it might cost you a violation.

That violation happened at Rudy's Hot Dog on West Alexis near Tremainsville. Health inspectors noted 13 violations during the latest standard inspection. 8 of those violations were considered critical.

That includes "employees changing tasks and not washing hands prior to putting on gloves, one employee handling tomatoes with no gloves on, and a flat of eggs sitting out at room temperature above the grill."

The manager at the Alexis Rudy's tells 13abc,"There's no excuse. My employees should have known better ... We have awesome people. I think they were nervous."

She went on to say,"We have managers that oversee our operations. We follow all safety rules ... The issue is isolated for us, and we've corrected every single thing."

Next up, the Fricker's on Monroe Street in Sylvania. It had 15 violations, including 3 critical.

Health inspectors wrote, "The nacho cheese unit is broken, the door is cracked and a bungee cord is used to hold the door shut, holes in the wall by the chicken prep top cooler, and containers of sauce and food stored directly on the floor in the freezer.

In response, a manager at the Fricker's in Sylvania tells 13abc, "It's all been taken care of."

Now for the restaurants with zero violations. Health inspectors noted El Vaquero at the Docks was 'clean and well maintained' on its latest standard inspection report.

Not only was the Oasis Restaurant and Delivery on Laskey and Jackman a clean restaurant, it's one of the top 50 restaurants in Lucas County rated by health inspectors."

The manager says, "We try to do the best we can to keep the place clean, and we take pride in that. We're also customers here, so we want to make sure we eat safe food and make sure we do everything properly."

He might say they've created and oasis for good food and good health.

This marks the second year the Toledo-Lucas County health inspectors have picked the cleanest restaurants around. Here is the full list:

 

Health Information: Top 50 Food Establishments in Lucas County    

For the second year, the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department would like to congratulate the 50 Food Establishments that met our standards all year long, and became the best in the County. The recommendations came from each member of our food safety staff here, at the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department. Each establishment was chosen based upon compliance with food safety regulations, first-rate kitchen cleanliness, and a continued conscientious effort to maintain a clean and safe operation.

The Health Department takes great pride in food service establishments that are truly concerned with food safety and kitchen cleanliness. We are pleased to announce the Top 50 Food Establishments in Lucas County.

Arrowhead Behavioral

1725 Timberline

Maumee

OH

43537

Berger's Old Tyme

1742 Laskey Rd.

Toledo

OH

43613

Browning Masonic

8883 Browning Dr

Waterville

OH

43566

Campus Oasis

1734 W. Laskey Rd

Toledo

OH

43613

Carmel's Mexican Restaurant

2947 Tremainsville

Toledo

OH

43613

China Garden Buffet

337 W. Alexis

Toledo

OH

43612

Chipotle

7229 W. Central Ave

Toledo

OH

43617

Chipotle

6658 Airport Hwy

Holland

OH

43528

Chowders 'N Moor

312 South St

Waterville

OH

43566

Christies Candies and Mints

3139 Central

Toledo

OH

43606

City Hall Grille

315 S Reynolds Rd

Toledo

OH

43615

Dairy Queen

5300 Monroe St., #G

Toledo

OH

43623

Eagle's Nest Sweet Retreat

16 S. Stadium St. 

Oregon

OH

43616

Eddie Lee's

4700 Nantucket

Toledo

OH

43623

Eddy B's

405 Madison St

Toledo

OH

43604

Elbo Room

3515 W. Alexis Rd

Toledo

OH

43623

Famous Amy's

4820 N. Summit St

Toledo

OH

43611






Five Guys and Fries

3305 W. Central Ave

Toledo

OH

43606

Focaccia's Delicatessen

333 N. Summit St., Unit 101

Toledo

OH

43604

Jimmy Johns

6385 Monroe St

Toledo

OH

43614

Kaslly's

2981 Tremainsville

Toledo

OH

43613

Koala Berry

6710 Central Ave, #7

Toledo

OH

43617

Little Ceasar's Pizza

2600 W Sylvania Ave, Unit 103

Toledo

OH

43613

Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek

2001 Perrysburg Holland

Holland

OH

43528

Mancino's Pizza and Grinders

2325 Woodville

Oregon

OH

43616

Netty's

325 S. Fearing

Toledo

OH

43609

Netty's

2701 Dorr St

Toledo

OH

43607

Panera Bread

3043 Glendale Ave

Toledo

OH

43614

Parkway Place

2592 Parkway Plaza

Maumee

OH

43537

PJ's Deli

500 Madison

Toledo

OH

43604

Plate 21

3664 Rugby Dr

Toledo

OH

43614

Popeye's Chicken and Biscuit

1615 Cherry St

Toledo

OH

43608

Real Seafood

22 Main St.

Toledo

OH

43605

Red Wells

1740 Sylvania Ave

Toledo

OH

43612

Ritters Frozen Custard

3305 W Central Ave #A2-35

Toledo

OH

43606

Seafood Restaurant

5504 Alexis

Sylvania

OH

43560

Sorrento Pizza

2001 Starr Ave

Toledo

OH

43605

Starbucks

1260 Reynolds

Toledo

OH

43615

Subway

4224 Airport Highway

Toledo

OH

43615

Subway Sandwich and Salad

1726 W. Laskey Rd.

Toledo

OH

43612

Subway Sandwich Shop

20 East Alexis, Unit #A2

Toledo

OH

43612

Subway Sandwich Shop

5803 Monroe

Sylvania

OH

43560

Swan Creek Retirement Village

5916 Cresthaven Lane

Toledo

OH

43614

The Original Royal Pizza

4843 N Detroit Ave

Toledo

OH

43612

Tom's Bar-B-Que

702 Front St.

Toledo

OH

43605

Warren AME Senior Center

545 Indiana Ave, Suite B

Toledo

OH

43604

We Are Ribs

21 Wenz Rd

Toledo

OH

43615

Wendy's

1859 Laskey Rd

Toledo

OH

43613

Wendy's

3124 Monroe

Toledo

OH

43606

Wild Wings N Things

3265 W. Alexis Rd., Suite A

Toledo

OH

43613

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