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Restaurant Scores: June 26-July 1, 2019
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The following are food service businesses that were inspected by the Dawson County Environmental Health Department from June 26 through July 1, 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:

June 26


2115 Hwy. 9 S, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 97, Grade: A


June 27


39 Northside Dawson Drive, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 99, Grade: A


June 28


145 Forest Blvd. STE 455, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 100, Grade: A


July 1



29 North 400 Center Lane, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 77, Grade: C

Notes: PIC in charge at time of inspection not training employees on proper handwashing procedures and providing proper supplies for handwashing and designating an area away from food handling food storage where employees may eat. Hand not being washed consistently between glove changes. observed most glove changes taking place without hands being washed before clean pair of gloves is being put on to work with food. Discussed handwashing procedures with CFSM, but no training/discussion took place during inspection. Food handlers washing hands by rinsing hands at hand sink most accessible to food handlers working in main kitchen area. Soap dispenser broken at that hand sink and per manager, new soap dispenser has been ordered by maintenance. Discussed with manager providing another type soap dispenser (disposable pump dispenser) at this hand sink to proper handwashing at required times is being performed. Food handler eating lunch in kitchen at prep line in kitchen at start of inspection. Eating by employees shall be done in an area way from food handling and storage areas. The drink being consumed was in a single-service cup with a secure lid and straw but sitting on prep table - store away from food handling/food storage/single-service storage areas to protect the prep area from contamination. Bottled drink and canister of potato chips on prep table next to prep sink in kitchen. COS: Food handler removed food/drink from this area and the area was cleaned and sanitized. Soap dispenser broken (and appears to be no way to dispense foam soap without functioning dispenser)at hand sink most accessible to food handlers working in kitchen. Per manager, new soap dispenser has been ordered by maintenance. Until new dispenser arrives, some other type soap dispenser, such as disposable soaps from grocery store, will need to be purchased for use. Hand sink in dishwashing area piled with clean equipment that appears to have been air drying there. This sink must be accessible at all times for use and should not be used for any other purpose except handwashing. COS: Clean and sanitized equipment/utensils removed from hand sink. Food handlers wearing watches. The only jewelry that may be worn on hands and lower arms is a plain ring such as a wedding band. COS: Food handlers removed watches. Accumulation of food/grease debris on sides of fryers,sides of small flat top, under small flat top grill and doors/door gaskets of half door cooler/freezer. Accumulation of food debris build up on top of lid of to reheat bagged chili. Accumulation of food/grease debris can be attraction of pests. Clean these area more frequently to prevent build-up. Floor needs a good cleaning and behind fryers, holding unit and under counter/cabinet unit that runs from the front line to the drive thru. Accumulation of food/trash/grease in these areas that can be attraction for pests. Employee personal items - backpack and electronic devices on top of boxes of shortening in cook area. Personal items should be stored in a designated area away from food handling and storage areas.



78 Dawson Village Way N STE 200, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534

Score: 84, Grade: B

Notes: Using time and not temperature to hold in-house chopped garlic and oil at cook line but no times documented and garlic/oil prepped today and starting with temperature of 67F instead of required 41F or below. Garlic/oil must start at 41F or be kept on ice and cold at 41F or below when not in cooler cold holding. COS: Garlic/oil to be put on ice for today and will decide whether or holding for time will work with preparation method. Date marking cooked chicken and egg rolls for over 7 days. Cooked chicken/egg rolls are frozen in walk-in cooler after preparation and should be dated with date prepared and then carry over to a thaw date when removed from walk-in freezer to walk-in cooler for thawing use. The length of time the cooked product is kept under refrigeration should not exceed 7 days with date of preparation counted as day 1. Cooked chicken in walk-in cooler with date of preparation 6/13, 6/25 and 6/27 per manger had been in walk-in a couple of days and the other date found on packages were 7/11 (6/13) and 7/6 (6/25) and 7/4 (6/27) - Date marking over 7 days. Frozen cooked chicken with date of preparation 6/27 and other date on frozen cooked chicken was 7/18. Need to have only preparation date on frozen cooked chicken and ;label with date removed from freezer not to exceed 6 more days when put into walk-in cooler. PIC will remove second label from frozen cooked chicken and re-label cooked chicken in walk-in cooler with date put into walk-in cooler and date to use/discard 6 days including day put into walk-in cooler. Floor needs better cleaning under and around fryers - accumulation of spilled/dripped oil. Spilled/dripped oil can be attraction for pests.