Dec. 1 — 31, 2020These summaries of the Gibson County Health Department’s inspection reports are made public after restaurants and food stores had 10 days to respond. Re-inspections are done at the inspector’s discretion. Corrections noted in parentheses were observed by the inspector.

Las Islas LLC, 101 W. Morton Street, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — One critical violation — Date marking not being used for potentially hazardous foods held over 24 hours.

American Legion Post 256, 211 E. Washington Street, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — Two non- critical violations — Kitchen floor in need of repair or replacement — Kitchen floor has grease build-up near deep fryer

Pioneer College Caterers — Dining Hall, 138 N. Lucretia Street, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — No violations

Pioneer College Caterers — Oaks, 138 N. Lucretia Street, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — Closed for semester

Pioneer College Caterers — Holy Grounds, 138 N. Lucretia Street, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — Two non-critical violations — (Microwave needs cleaning — corrected) — (Hand sink being used for other than washing hands — corrected)

Denny’s 7827, 1989 S. Ind. 57, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — No violations

Pick-N-Pump, 2043 S. Ind. 57, Oakland City — Dec. 9 — No violations

Lin’s Asian Star Inc., 3209 W. Broadway Street, Princeton — Dec. 9 — Three critical violations — Raw chicken and beef not date marked — Raw chicken stored with ready-to-eat food in walk-in cooler — Soiled carving knives stored as clean at prep sink — One non-critical violation — Cups without handles used as scoops for food throughout kitchen

Princeton Presbyterian Church, 130 E. State Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — No violations

Sam Food Mart, 602 N. Main Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — No violations

Papa John’s 1144, 2805 W. Broadway Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — No violations

Guacamole Grill, 2691 W. Broadway Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — One critical violation — Sanitizer at insufficient strength at dishwasher and 3-compartment sink

Broadway House Bistro, 404 W. Broadway Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — No violations

Crickett’s Lunch, 112 E. State Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — Two critical violations — Meat slicer is soiled with dried-on food — Raw cube steak stored above cooked potatoes, creating cross-contamination hazard — Two non critical violations — Silverware tray behind front counter is soiled — Employee observed not wearing face mask, in violation of Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order mandating all restaurant employees wear masks

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill, 1820 W. Broadway Street, Princeton — Dec. 16 — No violations

 

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