Restaurant Report Card: 7.13.17 Claddagh

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TOLEDO (WTVG) -- When you work in a restaurant and you keep food in a refrigerator, it has to be properly date marked.

That means it can be held for up to 7 days, and it has to be used or sold within that time.

After that, it needs to be thrown out. If not, it could be a violation..

Sanitarians with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department noted that violation inside The Claddagh Irish Pub at The Franklin Park Mall.

Last time there was a Standard Health Inspection here, in October 2016, Claddagh had 12 violations.

This time, it was 12 violations again, and same as the time before, there were 5 Critical:

X Employee touching ready-to-eat food with bare hands.
X Build-up in the ice machine.
X Many containers of refrigerated food marked with a 14 day date mark. (It's supposed to be a maximum of 7 days.)

13abc emailed Claddagh through its website and spoke to several employees over the phone. We're still waiting for a response.

Here are the restaurants with zero violations:

Ayo El Grande Llc Dba El Zarape
1616 E Wooster St Unit #1, Bowling Green (419) 353-0937
Standard Inspection 29-Jun-2017 0 critical & 0 non-critical

The Original Gino's Pizza
26597 N Dixie Suite 163, Perrysburg (419) 874-9170
Standard Inspection 25-May-2017 0 critical & 0 non-critical

1896 Front Street, Toledo (419) 691-1605
Standard Inspection 28-Jun-2017 0 critical & 0 non-critical

Marco's Pizza #11
6461 Monroe Street, Sylvania (419) 885-3200
Standard Inspection 29-Jun-2017 0 critical & 0 non-critical