Food Inspections: 7/24 - 8/7August 19, 2019
These summaries of the Dubois County Health Department’s inspection reports are made public after the restaurants and food stores have had 10 days to respond. Reinspections are at the inspector’s discretion. Violations are corrected on the day of the inspection unless otherwise noted. If you have questions, contact the health department at 812-481-7055.
These reports are from July 24 through Aug. 7.
Circle “A” Food Mart #111, 1921 Lube Way, Jasper, no violations.
Circle “A” Food Mart #114, 460 Main St., Ferdinand, one noncritical violation: dust growth on fans in walk-in, food debris buildup on cooler in back.
Fairfield Inn & Suites, 333 River Centre Landing, Jasper, no violations.
Dollar General Store #2743, 671 Third Ave., Jasper, no violations.
Kona Ice of Evansville, 1911 Bell Road, Chandler, OK to operate.
Spud’s Food Mart, 4953 State Road 56, Jasper, two noncritical violations: mold and dust buildup in drink reach-in cooler at front of store, dead pests observed in dairy cooler near back wall of store.
Arnie’s Tavern, 4469 S. Ohio St., St. Anthony, one noncritical violation: cardboard is being used to cover basement floor prep area and freezer shelves.
Azura Restaurant Systems Inc., 198 Third Ave., Jasper, no violations.
Big Al’s Smokin’ BBQ, 4 E. National Highway Suite B, Washington, OK to operate.
Brick Oven Pizza, 420 E. Sixth St., Huntingburg, two noncritical violations: single-door fridge on front line is worn and torn, florescent lights by hand sink need protective shields.
Fehribach Stop Inn Inc., 314 13th St., Huntingburg, one noncritical violation: severe grease buildup on flat top exhaust hood; owner has plans to replace hood.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #3335, 708 E. Sixth St., Huntingburg, one noncritical violation: dust accumulation on vents, walls, lights and ceiling.
Smalley Coffee, 2955 Newton St., Jasper, no violations.
Tres Agaves Mexican Grill, 1935 Main St., Ferdinand, two critical violations: food items observed without proper date marking in walk-in cooler, food items in walk-in observed not to have covers.
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