The Franklin County Health Department inspects restaurants and other food service establishments at least twice a year. Retail food establishments are inspected at least once a year. Food storage, sanitation, preparation, personnel, equipment facilities and other health conditions are checked. The inspections can be viewed on the health department’s website, www.fchd.org.
Each asterisk (*) indicates one critical violation. If an establishment has a critical violation, it fails the inspection and is inspected again with 10 days. The scores for the regular and follow-up inspections are shown for establishments that had critical violations.
A perfect score is 100. Points are subtracted if department guidelines are not met. Below is a breakdown of scores.
For those listed under food/service establishments there are two scores. The first is for the food service and the second is for the retail section of the establishment.
85-100 without a critical violation means the establishment is in compliance with departmental guidelines.
70-84 without a critical violation calls for another inspection within 30 days.
70 and below means the establishment is automatically served notice of the department’s intention to suspend its permit.
Anybody’s Diner, 15 Reilly Road, 89*
Violations: Spice container not labeled; three-compartment sink is leaking at the faucet; no sanitary towels provided at the hand/mop sink; cat in back room where back door is propped open; back door is not a self-closing door and presses open; wall behind the three-compartment sink is in bad repair.
Follow up inspection: 93. Cat was removed from establishment immediately.
Arby’s, 321 Versailles Road, 97.
Violations: Brooms stored on floor; ice machine has leak, condensation on floor.
Five Star Food Mart, 1620 Versailles Road, 96* (food), 99 (retail)
Violations: Manager only has a food handler card; drawer of clean utensils is dirty; can opener, tongs stored in white containers with dirty food buildup; floors in stock room have some food debris below equipment (ice machine, shelves); counters below/around microwave, toaster have food buildup.
Follow up inspection: 99 (food), 99 (retail). Previous issues corrected.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1229 U.S. 127 South, 100.
Follow up inspection: Items corrected.
White Light Diner, 114 Bridge St., 74*
Violations: Meat thawed at room temperature; meats stored in the splash area of the three-compartment sink; employee observed drinking in the dish wash area; personal drink stored in reach-in cooler with drinks for sale; not all employees have hair restraints; no wiping cloth sanitizer provided; spider webs in windows; food trays stored on drink bottles in basement; no hand sink provided; no covers on waste can in the employee restroom; owner states he did his own pest control and did not have pesticide license from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture; fly strip used in the basement and insects witnessed on honey in the food prep area; brooms stored directly on the floor.
Follow up inspection: 100. All items corrected.