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Restaurant Report - Nacogdoches - 07-07-16

Las Potacinas at 2904 South Street: 19 demerits for hot-hold temperatures at wrong temperature, self-serve bakery items need proper labeling for ingredient, sliced sandwich meats needed use-by dates, test strips needed for meat market three-compartment sink, one spatula needed to be re-cleaned, missing electrical back plates needed to be replaced, walls that weren’t smooth and easily cleanable needed to be repaired, and shield guards needed.

Pueblo Viejo at 2500 South Street: 17 demerits for cold/hot-hold temperatures at wrong temperatures, foods not stored properly, thermometers not provided for all cooks and freezers, log book scheduled for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning not kept, dumpster lids not kept closed, and all entries and exits needed to be weatherproofed.

Ocean Buffet at 2613 North Street: 15 demerits for open employee drink in prep cooler, foods not kept covered,, boxes of food stored on cooler and freezer floors, dirty rags, utensil handles, and tubs not kept away from raw food, raw chicken not prepared correctly, toxic items not kept away from sauces, and log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning not kept.

Napoli’s at 2119 North Street: 9 demerits for soap and hand towels not provided at all hand wash sinks, thermometer not provided for refrigerator, cooking equipment not kept wiped down, clean, and sanitary, log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning not kept, walls needed to be cleaned, and floors not kept clean and swept.

Big’s Convenience Store Deli and Grill at 540 Northeast Stallings Drive: 6 demerits for spray bottles not capped or labeled, accurate thermometer needed for refrigerator, and log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning not kept.

Big’s Convenience Store at 540 Northeast Stallings Drive: 4 demerits for several drink products needed to be discarded.
Peanut Shack at 1122 North University Drive: 3 demerits for thermometer not provided for freezer.

Zouki’s at 1220 North Street: 3 demerits for hand ash sink not kept empty and log book not kept for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning.

Empire Donuts at 2519 Woden Road: 0 demerits.

Hastings at 4501 North Street: 0 demerits.

Wing Stop at 4909 North Street, Suite 206: 0 demerits.

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