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Restaurant inspections

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

The following is a summary of Clay County food service inspections for October 2008:

* Hardees, 304 E. National Ave., Brazil (one non-critical item).

* Lucio's Mexican Cuisine, 915 E. National Ave., Brazil (one critical item: Uncooked chicken stored on kitchen prep. Table at 50-degrees. Must be stored at 41-degrees or below). (three non-critical items).

Establishments with no violations at time of inspection:

* Little Caesar's Pizza, 1113 E. National Ave., Brazil,

* Sugar Ridge Café, 1008 W. CR 600 N., Brazil,

* Glory Days Restaurant and Pub, 802 S. Main St., Clay City,

* Pizza Galery, 103 W. 8th St., Clay City.

Mobile food stands "approved to operate" with no violations:

* Alan's Pork Rinds, Covered Bridge Festival Week,

* Varvel Enterprise Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival Week,

* Lisa Toney Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival Week,

* Pino's Restaurant Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival Week,

* Baskin Robbins, Popcorn Festival,

* Goodies Galore, Popcorn Festival,

* Yum Yum Shoppe, Popcorn Festival,

* Coffey's Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* International Food Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Grandma's Ice Tea Stand, Popcorn Festival,

* Sweet Dixie Smoked BBQ, Popcorn Festival,

* Festival Foods Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Food Stop, Popcorn Festival,

* Oriental Food Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Simplicity Innovations Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Indiana Attitude Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Granny Franer's Concessions, Popcorn Festival,

* Heine's World Famous Roast Beef, Popcorn Festival,

* Jet Sports Concessions, Popcorn Festival.


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Thank you for sharing this information with the community ~

-- Posted by karebabe on Wed, Nov 5, 2008, at 12:46 PM

Yes, keep up the info. I like to know about the places I eat!!!

-- Posted by sassypants on Wed, Nov 5, 2008, at 1:49 PM


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