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Restaurant Report - Angelina County - 07-17-14

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Wingstop Restaurant & Club at 4505 S. Medford Drive: 10 demerits for food manager not on site, lids needed for personal drinks, no jewelry allowed in kitchen/prep area, back door not tight fitting and insect proof, and floor drain needed to be unclogged.

The Spud at 1001 S. Chestnut: 8 demerits for cold hold at wrong temperature and proper procedure not used for manual dish washing.

Catfish King at 806 Medford: Employees’ food handler certification not up to date, lid needed for trash can in women’s restroom and shelves and walls in dry storage needed to be repaired/re-painted.

Whataburger at 105 Brentwood: 3 demerits for ice dispensers at fountain drink station needed to be cleaned and ice tea nozzles needed to be cut to 45 degrees.

Sonic No. 2 at 1805 South First: 3 demerits for fountain drink dispenser needed to be cleaned, can opener needed to be cleaned, and ice machine needed to be cleaned.

Whataburger at 102 S. John Redditt: 0 demerits.

Which Witch: 0 demerits.

Standpipe Coffee House at 123 South First: 0 demerits.

Church’s Chicken at 308 North Temple, Diboll: 0 demerits.

 

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