Health Report #102876

Establishment Name: Greenside Tavern
Report Date: 06/03/2010
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Compliance with Food Law Unapproved food dry storage area shelf Source(s) Unlicensed facility Observed bell jar of honey on dry storage shelf. Pic stated that honey came from customer's home and facility uses it to make honey butter in restaurant. Please cease this practice immediately. All food in a licensed kitchen must come from an approved source. Food prepared or obtained from private home cannot be used or served in a food service establishment. Pic corrected by discarding bell jar of honey and rte honey butter containers in upright cooler. Critical corrected
Critical Cooling Cooked food(s) cooled walk in cooler shelf From 70 degrees f to 41 degrees F for more than 4 hours Observed 5 gallon bucket of white chicken chili on shelf in wic that was made yesterday with an internal food temp of 52f. Facility is using ice wand to cool phf, but amount of food is too large for one ice wand to handle. All phf must be cooled from 135f to 70f within 2 hours and from 70f to 41f or below within 6 hours. To correct, please utilize shallower pans, ice baths and more ice wands as needed. Staff must be monitoring temperatures as food passes through temp danger zone. Pic corrected by discarding chili. Also educated staff on proper cooling methods and temp danger zone. Critical corrected.
Normal Clean, Vent. Sys., Prev. Disch Ventilation system restroom(s) vent cover Not clean Observed fan ventilation covers on ceilings in both restrooms soiled with dust and debris. To correct, please clean now and on a more frequent schedule
Normal Containers Identified with Com Food item(s) throughout entire facility shelves Not identified Observed several containers of spices on shelves throughout kitchen not labeled with product name. Once removed from original packaging, all food must be properly labeled with correct common name for proper identification
Normal Food storage Food item(s) in storage Back kitchen area floor Stored on floor or less than 6 inches above floor Observed several cases of pop and beverages stored on floor in back kitchen area pop room. All food and beverages must be stored in a protected manner and stored a minimum of 6 inches off of floor at all times. To correct, please obtain some dunnage racks as needed
Normal Single-Ser./Use Art., Use Limi Single-service/single-use items throughout entire facility Reused Observed several plastic sour cream containers being reused in kitchen for food storage. Single service plastic containers are not designed or approved for reuse in a restaurant (durability). To correct, please discard all reused plastic containers and obtain proper nsf approved food containers as soon as possible