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Restaurant Monitor

Eagle Staff Report

The Restaurant Monitor is a weekly listing of scores for restaurants inspected by the Brazos County Health Department.

All the county’s public and private food service establishments — roughly 800 — are inspected at least once per six-month period by the department. It schedules follow-up visits as deemed necessary to monitor an establishment’s compliance with health laws.

Under county guidelines, food stores with both retail and deli operations receive separate scores for each.

Inspection scores are on a 100-point scale, with from one to five points deducted from various categories. Major violations carry four- and five-point deductions.

Generally, scores below 80 might cause the department to schedule a follow-up visit. Scores in the 60s and below would cause the department to consider closing an establishment temporarily for health reasons.

Some major violations also might cause the department to temporarily close a restaurant.

The following is a list of inspections from July 6 to 13:

Bryan

El Silverado Rodeo, 3600 Sandy Point Road; routine; score: 100.

Knights of Columbus, 603 Palasota; routine; score: 96. Inadequate conditions were noted in the following areas: Unsound condition.

College Station

Albertson’s Food Center, 2205 Longmire Drive; routine; score: 73. Inadequate conditions were noted in the following areas: Cold hold temperature violation(s) (41 F/45 F), food items not properly marked with consume by date, handwash facilities not adequate and accessible, handwash facilities without soap and/or towels, evidence of flies or other insect contamination, toxic items not properly labeled/stored/used, food contact surfaces of equipment/utensils not cleaned/sanitized/good repair, posting of consumer advisories (Heimlich/raw shellfish/buffet).

Must Be Heaven No. 9001, 1700 Rock Prairie Road; routine; score: 94. Inadequate conditions were noted in the following areas: Thermometers not provided/accurate/properly calibrated, food contact surfaces of equipment/utensils not cleaned/sanitized/good repair.

Remedies, 4660 Raymond Stotzer; routine; score: 100.

Subway, 913-C Harvey Road; routine; score: 100.

Navasota

Veronica’s Country Corner, 26000 Texas 6 South; routine; score: 67. Inadequate conditions were noted in the following areas: Hot hold temperature violation(s) (140 F), lack of proper/adequate handwashing, lack of good hygienic practices (eating/drinking/smoking/hair), unsound condition, food items not properly marked with consume by date, handwash facilities not adequate and accessible, handwash facilities without soap and/or towels, toxic items not properly labeled/ stored/used, food contact surfaces of equipment/utensils not cleaned/sanitized/good repair.

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