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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Roaches, Doves, Mold: Restaurants Closed in San Bernardino County, Inspected, October 8-14

Here are restaurants and other food facilities that were temporarily closed by San Bernardino County health inspectors between October 8 and October 14, 2021 due to imminent health hazards.

Double or Nothing’ Pizza and Pasta, 9565 Central Avenue, Montclair

  • closed: October 12
  • Grade: 90/A
  • reason: Cockroach infestation. The inspector found 13 live cockroaches in the kitchen near the sink, one in the storage room and one in the toilet.
  • Reopened: 13 October visited after pest control and the restaurant was cleaned

note closure inspection

Here are select inspections of facilities that weren’t closed, but had other significant problems.

it’s boba time, at 3410 Grand Ave. Unit G in Chino Hills, which received 83/B on 6 October, asked an inspector to return for a reassessment inspection. This time, on 13 October it received an 82/B with two serious violations. To-go containers of ranch dressing were being kept at room temperature. In addition, there were two issues related to the non-cleaning of food-contact surfaces – both reiterated from the inspection a week earlier. The blower used to make the smoothies was not being washed frequently and an ice machine chute (not exposed to ice) had mold. In six other breaches, a handwashing sink did not contain soap and the boba was left at room temperature.

golden dragon, at 1130 Pepper Ave. Suite D in Colton was inspected on 13 October and received a grade of 86/B with a serious violation. A food worker did not wash his hands after handling the cash. Among five other violations, the inspector said the ice machine (not touching the ice) had a serious buildup of mold and calcium. It was the restaurant’s second consecutive B grade this year, records show.

tropicana wine, at 14875 Main St. Unit 101 in Hesperia, was inspected on 12 October and received a grade of 86/B with a serious violation. A live pigeon was in a storage room. In seven other violations, there was an “excessive amount” of litter in the storage room and handwashing sink was obstructed by bins being placed in the basin, behind the cash register, and a B grade card from a previous inspection in December was not on display as required. . (It was on the floor. Operators have been told not to remove the grade card several times.) This is the store’s fourth consecutive B grade since 2018, records show, and it was once again in 2018 and 2017 for rodents. was temporarily closed. Cockroach infestation.

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about this list

This list is published online on Friday. Any updates on the reopening of restaurants will be factored into next week’s list.

All food facilities in the county are inspected regularly to ensure they meet health codes. A facility loses four points for each serious violation and one to three points for a minor infringement. A grades (90 to 100 points) are considered “generally better”, B grades (80 to 89) are considered “generally acceptable” and C grades (70 to 79) are considered “generally unacceptable”. and requires follow-up inspection. . If a feature’s score is less than 70 or there is a serious violation that cannot be corrected immediately, it will be temporarily closed.

For more information about inspecting these or any restaurants in San Bernardino County, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food. To file a health complaint, visit www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint or call 800-442-2283.

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