An inspection notice posted Aug. 27 on the county’s Environmental Health website identified uncovered hot food held below 135°F and violations observed on a previous inspection that had not been corrected. The previous inspection posted on Aug. 24 cited the restaurant for:
• Equipment connected directly to the sewer;
• Deteriorating and damaged wall and/or ceiling surfaces;
• Unclean restrooms;
• Unsanitary conditions on the premises;
• Equipment, utensils not clean, fully operative and in good repair;
• Flying insects; and
• Food handlers lacking a valid food handler card or records documenting that food handlers possess a valid food handler card.