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Restaurant Scores: Dec. 2-4, 2019
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The following are food service businesses that were inspected by the Dawson County Environmental Health Department from Dec. 2-4, 2019. A score of 69 or less is failing.

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


Dec. 2


29 Main St. STE 150, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 91, Grade: A


Dec. 3


156 Power Center Dr., Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 86, Grade: B

Notes: Inside of ice machine around chute and baffle with build-up of mold. Unknown last date of cleaning. A more frequent cleaning schedule is needed to prevent build-up of mold. Manager will empty ice machine for cleaning and sanitizing and adjust cleaning schedule as needed to prevent build-up of mold. Refrigerated display case at front counter holding time/temperature control for safety foods above required 41F or below - Milk 44F, yogurt tubes 46F. Ambient temperature 46F. Temperature adjusting knob no longer has visible settings and could have been bumped since this is where broom and dust pan are kept for use in dining room. COS: CFSM had employee put milk and tube yogurt and newly stocked yogurt parfaits on ice and maintenance will be contacted. Time/temperature control for safety foods on ice in cooler since items in cooler about four hours. Floors need better cleaning behind/under 3-compartment sink, ice machines, prep sink and bag-in-box shelving - especially at floor/wall juncture behind this equipment. Accumulation of water/food/dirt which can be attraction for insects/rodents.


Dec. 4


12 Dawson Market Way STE 180, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 87, Grade: B

Notes: Time temperature control for safety foods removed from packages and put into containers for holding over 24 hours incorrectly dated for 7 day use or discard by date. All items dated for 8 days - adding 7 days to open/prep date. COS: All ready-to-eat time/temperature control for safety foods removed from packaging/prepped within last couple of days so manager changed dates on containers to reflect open/prep date plus 6 days for 7 day use-by/discard date. Variance not being followed with regards to marking time pizza sauce is taken out of temperature control at 41F or below for approved time of 24 hours. Label only documenting 72 hours from time of preparation until use. PIC/staff must be trained to follow approved variance granted by GA Dept. of Public Health. Copy of variance provided to PIC. Heads of iceberg lettuce being removed from packaging, chopped and put into bulk containers without washing. Raw fruits and vegetables shall be thoroughly washed in water, in a sink designated for that purpose only, to remove soil and other contaminants before being cut and offered for consumption in ready-to-eat form. COS: Lettuce was removed from the containers, washed and spun in salad spinner before being put into another bulk container for making customer salads.