The following restaurants and other food facilities were temporarily closed by San Bernardino County health inspectors due to imminent health hazards between July 23-29, 2021. If the reopening date is not stated, the agency has not listed the facility as a reopening at the time of this publication. ..
Food area YMCA Camp Whittle, 31701 Rim of the World Drive, Fawnskin
- Closed: July 29
- School year: July 14th 95 / A
- reason: Rodents epidemic..During ~ July 14 inspectionThere was some rodent dung on the floor of the kitchen, storage area and laundry area, but inspectors did not see evidence of active invasion. I visited the pest control a few days later, July 22 Follow-up inspection, There was still rodent dung in the same area.The inspector is back again July 29 I found fresh rodent dung. Also, there was dung in the oat bulk box, another oat container was shattered, there was dung on it, and the tortilla package had a bite.
Alfredo Italian Kitchen, 251 W. Baseline, San Bernardino
- Closed: July 28
- School year: Not scored
- reason: Cockroach epidemic..Cockroach complaints took inspectors to a restaurant Late June, from Several visits, The restaurant Closed from July 15th to 16th Because of the epidemic.Follow up July 28The inspector found live and dead cockroaches in the dining area and back warehouse under all utensils and sinks. Officials said the restaurant was regularly maintained by pest control, but inspectors noticed multiple gaps where pests could invade.
Non-closed inspection of attention
Below is a selection of inspections at facilities that were not closed but had other serious problems.
Rialto Buffet / No. 1 Asian buffet, Rialto 201E.At baseline July 23 inspection And I received a grade of 87 / B for one serious breach. Raw fish were at dangerous temperatures in a refrigerator that was not kept cold. Of the six minor violations, the inspector saw one live cockroach and four dead cockroaches on the kitchen floor, the ice machine was moldy (not touching the ice), and the employee I didn’t know the proper dishwashing procedure or how often to clean the utensils.and Follow-up on July 27The inspector did not find any cockroaches and the ice machine was being cleaned. The restaurant has closed due to two cockroach epidemics in recent years — August 2019 When October 2020..
Tub pork, Rancho Cucamonga’s 8443 Haven Avenue Unit 125, July 27 inspection In response to food poisoning complaints. The inspector noticed two violations. Employees didn’t wash their hands and there was no hot water until the sink ran for a few minutes. The manager said the water problem was normal, but someone was supposed to come to see the water heater. No step-by-step inspection was performed.The restaurant just received June 22nd 80 / B..
About this list
This list will be published online on Friday. Updates when the restaurant is reopened will be included in the list next week.
All food facilities in the county are regularly inspected to ensure they meet health standards. The facility loses 4 points for each serious breach and 1-3 points for each minor breach. Grade A (90-100 points) is “generally superior”, grade B (80-89) is “generally acceptable”, and grade C (70-79) is “generally unacceptable” It is considered and requires follow-up inspection. .. If the score is less than 70, or if there is a serious breach that cannot be corrected immediately, the facility will be temporarily closed.
For more information on these restaurants or restaurant inspections in San Bernardino County, please visit: www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food.. To file a health complaint www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint Or call 800-442-2283.
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