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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Rodents, water issues, fail on probation: Restaurants closed in Riverside County, Jan 6-13

Here are restaurants and other food facilities that were temporarily closed by Riverside County Department of Environmental Health Inspectors between January 6 and January 13, 2022 due to imminent health hazards. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department did not list that facility as reopened. of this publication.

Paul’s Bar/Food, 3700 E. Vista Chino Suite D, Palm Springs

  • closed: January 13
  • Grade: not graded
  • Cause: Infection of rodents. The inspector visited in response to a complaint.

organic junkie, 420 N. Main St. Suite 109, Corona

  • closed: January 12
  • Grade: 80/B, failing
  • Cause: Failure to observe inspection during probation resulted in the expiry of the health permit. There were two serious violations: many employees did not wash their hands, and the dishes were not being washed properly. The inspector said that both were recurrent problems for a long time and issued citations. Among nine other breaches, many of which were repeated chronologically, horchata were left at room temperature for an unknown amount of time, the person in charge described as using an unsafe method to cool hot food. which was not sold. At the end of the day, an outdoor patio table was being used for more food preparation. Also, the restaurant’s health permit expired on November 30. The restaurant was placed on probation in May 2021 after failing three inspections in less than two years. To reopen, he must correct all violations and purchase a new permit.

Taiyo’s Sushi, 11120 Magnolia Ave., Riverside

  • closed: January 12
  • Grade: 80/B, failing
  • Cause: Infection of rodents. Inspectors found drops in several places, including racks of canned foods, boxes of soda syrup, boxes of plastic service items, a lettuce spinner, back preparation rooms and all over the floor. The inspector saw some snap traps and told them to stop using them and get approved pest control. In 10 other breaches, two handwashing sinks were not working and a third did not have cold water, and some shrimp tempura and cooked chicken were at unsafe temperatures.
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Ice Cream & Shoppe, 1551 n. Palm Canyon Drive Suite A, Palm Springs

  • closed: January 12
  • Grade: not graded
  • Cause: no hot water

Hot Dogs and Elote AnahyoMobile dining facility based at 44905 Golf Center Parkway, Indio

  • closed: January 6
  • Grade: not graded
  • Cause: no potable water

about this list

The list is published online on Friday. Any updates on the reopening of restaurants will be included in 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 every serious violation — and may have to shut down if the violation can’t be corrected immediately — and one or two points for a minor violation. Passing an A grade (90 to 100 marks). The grades of B (80 to 89) and C (79 or below) are failing and usually require the owner to make corrections and re-inspect.

For more information about inspecting the Inn or any of the restaurants in Riverside County, visit restaurant grading.rivcoeh.org. To file a health complaint about a restaurant, visit www.rivcoeh.org/Complaint or call 888-722-4234 during business hours or 951-782-2968 after hours.

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