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Food Service Inspections

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The following is a list of food inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department for March 2011 as provided to The Brazil Times:

March 2011 Food Service Inspections

* Long John Silvers, 1860 W. United States 40, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Walgreens, 501 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Coach and Cleats Time-Out Sports Bar, 101 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Pappy's BBQ, 111 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Alabama Bar & Grill, 569 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Taco Bell, 2170 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* The Freeze, 506 E. U.S. 40, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Brazil Subway, 1109 E. National Ave., Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Northview Grab & Go Convenience, 6920 W. U.S. 40, Brazil (One critical violation: Refrigerated gravy not marked with date of consumption; violation corrected),

* Dairy Queen, S. Union St., Brazil (One non-critical violation),

* Cook's Corner Café, PO Box 91, Poland (No violations at time of inspection),

* Poland Grocery & Hardware, 9280 Barnes Rd., Poland (No violations at time of inspection),

* Burger King, 995 W. State Road 42, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Brazil BP Convenience, 1030 W. SR 42, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Subway No. 17019, 990 W. SR 42, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Rally's Hamburgers, 1030 W. SR 42, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Road Ranger Convenience, 990 W. SR 42, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Pilot Travel Center No. 444, 4376 S. State Road 59, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Subway (Pilot), 4376 S. SR 59, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* McDonald's (Pilot) No. 28390, 4376 S. SR 59, Brazil (No violations at time of inspection),

* Center Point Country Junction, 20 S. SR 59, Brazil (One non-critical violation),

* A&W Root Beer, 12 Main St., Clay City (No violations at time of inspection),

* Marathon Clay City Plaza, 10 Main St., Clay City (No violations at time of inspection),

* Family Table Restaurant, 960 W. SR 42, Brazil (Two non-critical violations),'

* Mayberry Malt Shoppe, 709 Front St., Clay City (No violations at time of inspection), and

* Bob & Angie's Hometown Restaurant, 711 Main St., Clay City (No violations at time of inspection).


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Brzlboy be very careful criticizing Mario. Anytime I have ever even suggested something is not right the Times deletes my comments. But I, like you would love to know why we never see inspections at his restaurants.

-- Posted by lifehasitsmoments on Tue, May 3, 2011, at 11:26 PM

Who is the health inspector? He is the one to question about it. County has better cover up than the city does.

With the woman at Double N what did her green card show her address as? No green card or passport export them to Arizona, they like people with out means of ID.

-- Posted by smallguysmalltown on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 5:00 AM

Maybe the inspecter is Larry The Cable Guy.

-- Posted by You Think? on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 6:48 AM

Sorry, but whoever is the inspector is not being thorough. I'm not saying that these restaurants are dirty, or that I don't eat at them...I do. But to have this long of a list and to only come up with so few of violations...they simply weren't trying that hard to find them.

I know how these inspections are supposed to work, and there is no way that all of these places are in complete compliance. By my count, 22 of the 26 inspections came up with "no violatons"...No way!

-- Posted by ClayCountyGuy on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 7:47 AM

To lifehasitsmoments...I have also had a comment removed by the Times. Not only was my comment removed, but I wasn't even allowed to repost anything on that particular article. I guess "freedom of the press" is only for the actual newspaper.

To Clay County Guy...I agree. The bar must be set pretty low. The health department inspectors in Terre Haute almost always find issues. I simply cannot believe that Brazil is cleaner than almost all the restaurants in Terre Haute.

-- Posted by My opinion counts on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 9:05 AM

Check your facts first people. http://www.thebraziltimes.com/story/1699...

Mario's was inspected this winter and apparently he is not killing us all. He has the most popular restaurant in town but because he's not white you people tear him down.

-- Posted by carnie0069 on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 10:06 AM

HEY... I'm looking forward to the Alamo re-opening!

-- Posted by CAB (Concerns About Brazil) on Wed, May 4, 2011, at 2:16 PM


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