Thursdays at 11 PM: Restaurant Inspections

11:17 AM, Jan 31, 2013   |    comments
  • Subway manager on 18th St. NW orders me out after workers tell me there is no one trained/certified to manage safe food handling and our thermometer shows hot water below regulation. Passed a re-inspection and reopened.
  • Hampden Cafe 4800 Hampden Lane #103, Bethesda, MD 20814 Operating Without Hot Water Inspectors cited hot water temperature at 68 degrees, chicken at 83 degrees, roast beef at 55 degrees, and the walk-in refrigerator at 45 degrees. Passed a re-inspection and reopened.
  • Subway 2461 Chillum Rd, Hyattsville, MD 20782 - Cited for operating without running water Inspectors responded because of complaint regarding watermain break. Found Subway operating using purchased jugs of water for handwashing. Passed a re-inspection and reopened.
  • Shot of us testing hot water temperature at 18th St Subway. Inspectors cited Subway for multiple temperature violations, including no hot water. Operating a food establishment without hot water. No certified food manager on duty, hot water at 61 degrees, meat, including chicken at 45 degrees, meatballs at 113 degrees Passed a re-inspection and reopened, but health department says it will revisit based upon our findings.
  • Torries/GFS Catering 700 V St. NW Failing to minimize the presence of vermin on the premises. Mice droppings in kitchen, rodent holes/burroughs near outside dumpsters, contamination control violation. Passed a re-inspection and reopened.
  • Torries/GFS Catering 700 V St. NW Failing to minimize the presence of vermin on the premises. Mice droppings in kitchen, rodent holes/burroughs near outside dumpsters, contamination control violation Passed a re-inspection and reopened.
    
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA9) - At 11:00 p.m. WUSA9's weekly Thursday night Food Alert segment will include health violations that close an iconic Shaw neighborhood restaurant, two Subways, and a Bethesda sandwich shop. To know about restaurant closures first, follow @russptacek on Twitter or Facebook. You can also see preliminary details about each closure from this week's report by clicking through our photo gallery. See violations in your neighborhood? Below is a link to a list of contact information where you can complain to health inspectors. http://www.wusa9.com/news/nation-world/article/239623/381/Contact-Health-Depts-About-Restaurant--Food-Risks If your tip to health inspectors leads to a closure, we'll follow up with our cameras.

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