Restaurant inspections Feb. 25-Sept. 10

Feb. 25

Chateau Thomas Winery, 222 S. Van Buren St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

March 16

The Candy Emporium, 55 W. Main St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

March 17

Hotel Nashville, 245 N. Jefferson St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Seasons Lodge, 560 State Road 46 East: One critical violation, to be corrected now: Boxed product stored on floor of cooler. Four non-critical violations: Cardboard on shelf in cooler — materials must be non-absorbent; fan covers in cooler are dusty, both to be corrected now; front light out in cooler; mop sink has debris/dirt; mop stored in bucket — not hung to dry, all to be corrected by March 18. Dishwasher final rinse reached adequate temp. (routine)

May 10

Gnawmart, 4947 State Road 46 East: Four non-critical violations: Employee must have a head covering on — ballcap, cap, hairnet, scarf O.K., to be corrected now; need thermometer in cooler that has milk and eggs, to be corrected by May 11; tile broken in flooring in front of egg cooler; non-functional refrigerator in back area to be removed, both to be corrected by May 30. (routine)

May 18

Mother’s Cupboard, 646 Memorial Drive: No violations at time of inspection. (routine)

May 19

Out of the Ordinary, 61 S. Van Buren St.: Five non-critical violations: Product stored on floor of cooler; vents in cooler are dusty; mops to be hung or inverted to dry, all to be corrected now; missing vent on ventilation unit over fryer; toilet rooms need covered containers, both to be corrected by June 1. (routine)

May 24

Brown County IGA, 30 Hawthorne Drive: Three critical violations, all to be corrected now: Hot holding unit in deli area has product under 135 degrees, repeat violation, baked chicken at 126 degrees, chicken strips on top 126 degrees, pork chops at 116 degrees, meatloaf top at 127 degrees — base O.K. at 135 degrees, pulled pork at 127-135 degrees in longer pan, barbecue chicken at 130.4 degrees, voluntarily discarded; over-the-counter medicines on shelf in produce area, only medicines necessary for employee health to be in this area; glass cleaner stored on counter in cake decorating area. Seven non-critical violations, all to be corrected now: Employee water bottle on counter — incorrect container; all deli personnel with facial hair need beard nets; produce table — stainless steel is gouged; gaps in receiving door at back of building; debris in milk cooler and on paper under milk; mops not hung or inverted to dry, all repeat violations; first aid supplies on shelf to be in kit or container. (routine)

May 27

Ice Cream Cottage, 79 N. Van Buren St.: One non-critical violation, to be corrected by June 15: Remove unused equipment on countertop. (routine)

June 9

Brown County Historical Society, 90 E. Gould St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Cornerstone Inn, 54 E. Franklin St.: Two critical violations, both to be corrected now: Chafing fuel container stored on food prep table, corrected; sanitizer concentration on sink wiping bucket is too strong — check calibration on sanitizer feed — currently at 200 ppm — should be in 50-100 ppm range. (routine)

Forever Sweet, 211 S. Van Buren St.: Two non-critical violations, to be corrected now: Utensil stored with food contact surface upright — place in container with food contact surface down so you grab the handle, not the food contact surface; mops stored in bucket — hang or invert to dry. (routine)

June 14

Seasons Lodge, 560 State Road 46 East: Five non-critical violations: Staff in kitchen food prep areas need head covering and beard nets if facial hair is present — caps, hairnets, scarf O.K.; cover on standing fan has dust buildup, both to be corrected now; resurfacing needed on cold line cutting board; repair coolers on both ends of food line; remove or repair True refrigerator in storage area, all to be corrected by July 1. Dishwasher final rinse temperature O.K. as per test strip. (routine)

June 26

Big Jim’s Bar-B-Que, 121 Miller Road: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

June 27

Nashville Fudge Shop, 175 S. Van Buren St.: All violations from previous inspections are corrected. No violations observed at this time. (follow-up)

July 11

The Candy Emporium, 55 W. Main St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

The Wild Olive, 37 W. Main St.: One non-critical violation: Labels on product should include manufacturer’s, packer or distributor’s name and place of business, to be corrected at owners’ discretion on label run or added to bottles. (routine)

July 15

Salt Creek Winery, 26 N. Honeysuckle Lane: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

July 29

Brown County Winery, 47 Main St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Aug. 4

Brownie’s Bean Blossom Family Restaurant, 5730 State Road 135 North: One critical violation, corrected: Medication (ibuprofen in plastic cup) to be located to prevent contamination on food. One non-critical violation, to be corrected by Aug. 30: Oven door on Imperial oven not staying shut. (routine)

The Chocolate Moose, 278 S. Van Buren St.: Five non-critical violations: All staff in food prep areas need head covering — cap, scarf, hairnets or beard net if facial hair present — this includes all staff behind line; cones in holder on counter cannot be accessed without hand contact so a barrier is necessary — gloves to be worn, cones with paper wrap in wall holders are O.K.; coolers have water on the floor; test kit needed for three-compartment sink, suggest labeling sink compartments, all to be corrected now; lighting in cooler and freezer is under 20 foot-candles, reading 5 on scale, repeat violation, to be corrected by Aug. 30. (routine)

Sept. 2

The Chocolate Moose, 278 S. Van Buren St.: One critical violation, corrected: Employee touched mouth and hat and did not wash hands. Three non-critical violations: Employee without head covering, repeat violation; employee put on gloves without washing hands, both corrected; a food employee is wearing a bracelet — “an employee shall not wear jewelry on their hands or arms” — a plain band metal ring is acceptable; mops shall be hung or inverted to dry, both to be corrected now. Violations 171, 218, 291 have been corrected from inspection date Aug. 4; Code 411, lighting in cooler, has been corrected. (follow-up)

Circle K 0015, 211 S. Van Buren St.: One critical violation, to be corrected now: Eggs stored over ready-to-eat in cooler. (routine)

Nashville Amoco/BP, 270 S. Van Buren St.: Two critical violations, corrected: Eggs stored over food item with lower cooking temperature; Presence of two flies in kitchen. Two non-critical violations, corrected; Label all squeeze bottles as to contents; covers on fans in cooler have some dust buildup. (routine)

Sweetteas Tea Shop, 225 S. Van Buren St., Suite C: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Sept. 8

HSI Head Start, 161 E. Gould St.: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Jack n Jill Nut Shop, 76 S. Van Buren St: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Sept. 9

Nashville House Old Country Store, 15 S. Van Buren St.:  Two non-critical violations: Bakery wall fan cover on outside is damaged and not closing tightly to prevent pest entry, opening should also be screened, to be corrected by Nov. 1; Concrete floors in bakery area need to be sealed, to be corrected by Feb. 1, 2017. Label to be changed to new label run — add-ons O.K. for now on apple butter. (routine)

Sept. 10

Old Time Flea Market, 5470 State Road 46 East: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)

Pat’s Gnawbone Sorghum Mill And Flea Market, 4883 State Road 46 East: No violations observed at time of inspection. (routine)