Marion County Restaurant Inspections May 16-21: 12 were perfect

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These are recent restaurant inspection reports for Marion County — May 16-21 — filed by state safety and sanitation inspectors.

The Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation describes an inspection report as “a ‘snapshot’ of the conditions present at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than were noted during its last inspection. An inspection performed on any given day may not be representative of the overall long-term conditions of the facility.

Please note that some more recent follow-up inspections may not be included here.

Previous checks:

Kudos to Stonecrest

11560 SE 176 Place Road, Summerfield

Routine inspection on May 20.

Action required: high priority violations detected and administrative action recommended.

12 offenses in total, including 2 priority offences:

— High Priority – Time/temperature control for safety food cold maintained above 41 degrees Fahrenheit. At cooking line, 68F raw sausage, director went in freezer, also pie on table 60F, director went in freezer. **Corrective Action Taken** **Repeat Violation** **Admin Complaint**

— High Priority – Time/temperature control for security foods identified in the written procedure as a food preserved using time because a public health control does not have a time stamp. At the cooking line, cut the tomatoes and cut the lettuce without a marked time, director’s time marked 11:00-15:00. **Fixed in place**

— Intermediate – Unmarked clams/mussels/oyster labels with last date served. For the fresh clams.

— Intermediate – Handwashing sink used for purposes other than handwashing. Hand wash sink near ice maker, items stored inside sink, manager removed everything. **Fixed in place**

— Basic – Buildup of black/green mold-like substance inside ice maker/bin. Ice maker with mold-like substance.

— Basic – Employee beverage container on a food prep table or above/next to clean equipment/utensils. At the cooking line, the employee is drinking above the preparation table, the manager has moved. **Fixed in place** **Repeating violation**

— Basic – Food stored on the floor. At the cooking line, container with raw chicken on the floor, also at the walk-in freezer several crates of food on the floor.

— Basic – Pliers in use stored on equipment door handle between uses. At the cooking line, clamp on the handle of the oven, the director moved. **Fixed in place**

— Basic – Handy cooler interior/shelves have soil residue buildup. Coolers within easy reach at the bar

— Basic – Single-use items not stored upside down or away from contamination. At the cooking line, go containers not inverted, Manager inverted. **Fixed in place**

— Basic – Time/temperature control for improperly thawed safety foods. At the cooking line, raw chicken, raw fish and raw sausage, in standing water (68F), the manager moved everything to a cold room. **Corrective actions taken**

— Basic – Damp wiping cloth not stored in disinfectant solution between uses. At the cooking line, the manager went to the bucket **Corrected on the spot**

Database: Statewide Restaurant Inspections

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Seafood Beezys

4742 NW Gainesville Road, Ocala

Visit permitted on May 19.

According to the norms.

Four violations in total, with one priority violation:

— High Priority – Raw pet food stored on or with ready-to-eat food in a freezer – not all products are commercially packaged. Crates of raw fish stored on corn.

— Basic – Clean glasses, cups, bowls, plates, pots and pans not stored upside down or protected. On shelf above triple sink.

— Basic – Uncovered floor and wall junctions in food prep/storage/dishwasher areas or in the bathroom. On three sides of the room with triple sink.

— Basic – Receptacle/grease bucket is not on correct pad/non-absorbent surface. The dumpster is positioned in the grass near the shared parking lot

Smokin Swamp Grill

5015 Jacksonville Road, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms.

Two violations in total, with no priority violations.

— Medium – Food contact surface soiled with food debris, mold-like substances or mud. Some debris inside freezer reach.

— Intermediate – Well water analysis report/documentation is not available upon request. **Repeated Violation**

Kentucky Fried Chicken

11583 N Williams St, Dunnellon

Inspection of complaints on May 19.

According to the norms.

A violation, without any priority violation.

— Basic – Accumulation of food debris/dirt residue on equipment door handles. Keeping warm Door handles with food residue. **Repeated Violation**

Uncle Joe’s Food Truck

2559 SW Hwy 484, Ocala

Visit permitted on May 19.

According to the norms.

A violation, without any priority violation.

— Intermediate – No chemical test kit provided when using sanitizer in three compartment sink/dishwasher or wiping cloths. For chlorine

Alligator Joes

12431 SE 135th Ave, Ocklawaha

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms.

A violation, without any priority violation.

— Basic – Old labels stuck on food containers after cleaning. Some containers had old sticker residue, manager moved to dishwasher and washed it. . **Fixed in place**

LP’s Bar BQ

1107 NW 10 St, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms ; previous issues fixed.

No violations were observed.

Fire

10660 SW Highway 200, Dunnellon

Routine inspection on May 19.

According to the norms.

No violations were found.

Personalized caterers

9300 NW 230 Street, Micanopy

Routine inspection on May 16.

According to the norms.

No violations were found.

Flippin Donuts

404 SE 145 St, Summerfield

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

Doctor Burger

7401 W Route 318, Reddick

Routine inspection on May 18.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

Charlie Pinchos

809 N Magnolia Ave, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms ; previous issues fixed.

No violations were found.

Taco House Express

809 N Magnolia Ave, Ocala

Visit allowed on May 20.

According to the norms.

No violations were found.

Fat Tiki Island Flair

3080 SE 89th Street, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 16.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

This Jerk Spot

10660 SW State Road 200, Dunnellon

Visit permitted on May 19.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

Pop’s Grab And Go

809 N Magnolia Ave, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 19.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

Happy Belly Faire Foods Dba Diego Bird

3120 NE 25 Ave, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 20.

According to the norms.

No violations were observed.

Dinner on the square

316 E Silver Springs Boulevard, Ocala

Routine inspection on May 16.

According to the norms ; previous issues fixed.

No violations were observed.

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