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Dawson County restaurant inspections: May 25 through June 11
restaurant scores

The following are food service businesses that were inspected by the Dawson County Environmental Health Department from May 14 through May 25, 2018. A score of 69 or less is failing.

Visit the Dawson County Public Health Inspection Page for a searchable list of food service scores:

http://ga.healthinspections.us/georgia/search.cfm?county=Dawson


 

May 30

CHICK-FIL-A RESTAURANT

231 Power Center Lane, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 91, Grade: A

Notes: Soup in steam unit between 117 degrees and 123 degrees after being reheated on 2-burner unit; since soup is made with leftover chicken, it must be reheated to 165 degrees and held hot at 135 degrees on the steam unit.

 

JOHNNY’S NEW YORK STYLE PIZZA

355 Quill Drive, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 95, Grade: A

Notes: Baseboard coming away from wall in several places and wall damaged at corners in the kitchen; must keep walls in good repair and baseboard sealed to prevent accumulation of food debris. Sanitizer bottle empty at dishwasher with dishwasher in use.

 

June 4

CHIN CHIN

837 Hwy. 400 S STE 115, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 87, Grade: A

Notes: Employee drink in plastic travel mug with straw; employee drinks must be in single-service cup with secure lid and straw. Hand sink in women’s restroom has hot water shut off due to leak; handwashing sinks must be able to supply water at a temperature of at least 100 degrees. Slicer blade and under knife sharpener of slicer with accumulation of food debris. Buildup of mold debris in nozzles of tea urns, need to be cleaned at least every 24 hours to prevent mold buildup. Most bulk containers with plastic to-go containers being used as scoops for contents and most containers buried in the food products; must use a scoop or another type of utensil with a handle where the scoop may be stored in the food with the handle out of the food. Buildup of food debris on the sides of fryers and inside fryers.