The Eau Claire City-County Health Department checks area licensed food establishments, including restaurants and food retailers. The Leader-Telegram details “priority” violations, defined as state code violations with potential to contribute to food contamination, illness or environmental health hazard, and reports “priority foundation” violations, which support priority violations, found in routine inspections. Places that receive “core,” or noncritical, violations are marked “no priority or priority foundation violations.” A “corrected” notation means the violation was corrected during a routine inspection. More information about local inspection results can be found at Editor’s note: tinyurl.com/k7macdr.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, 2003 S. Hastings Way, May 22. No priority or priority foundation violations.
Chippewa Valley Technical College Cafe, 620 W. Clairemont Ave., May 1. No violations.
, 1515 S. 65th St., May 1. Two priority violations: Turkey, ham, chicken strips, sour cream and cut tomatoes in basement walk-in cooler are cold-held above 41 degrees (corrected); sanitizer is not being used according to manufacturer’s use directions (corrected). One priority foundation violation.Fox Run Tavern
Fairfield Inn & Suites, 1666 Princeton Crossing, May 3. No violations.
Aramark/Eau Claire County Jail, 710 Second Ave., May 14. No violations.
Menards Training Center and Cafe, Old Mill Center, May 18. No violations.
Wigwam Sports Depot, 222 E. Madison St., May 22. No violations.
Country Inn & Suites, 3614 Gateway Drive, May 29. No violations.
Yankee Jack’s Public House, 2235 N. Clairemont Ave., May 30. No violations.
Grandstay Residential Suites, 5310 Prill Road, May 3. No priority or priority foundation violations.
Quick Wok, 501 Water St., May 8. One priority violation: Chicken, noodles and beef are hot-held above 41 degrees on prep table. Two priority foundation violations.
Doubledays Sports Bar & Grill, 3020 London Road, May 9. One priority violation: Two packages of ham, one package of turkey have expired, cream has exceeded its date mark and sausage, cheese, pepperoni and lettuce had not been provided with a date mark (repeat, corrected).
24/7 Cafe-Pizza-Sandwiches, 320 Water St., May 23. One priority foundation violation.
4 Mile Restaurant & Bar, 5786 S. Highway 37, May 24. No priority or priority foundation violations.
Wagner’s Lanes, 2159 Brackett Ave., May 23. Three priority violations: American cheese slices are cold-held above 41 degrees in prep table (corrected); copper cups used with drinks at the bar appear to be copper on the inside and the outside; chlorine sanitizer at the bar is not being used according to label use instructions. One priority foundation violation.
Wigwam Tavern, 314 E. Madison St., May 22. One priority violation: Chlorine sanitizer is not being used according to label use instructions (corrected).
Subway, 3915 Gateway Drive, May 23. One priority foundation violation.
VFW Post 305, 1300 Starr Ave., May 23. No priority or priority foundation violations.
Hilltop Cafeteria, UW-Eau Claire, May 31. No priority or priority foundation violations.
Noodle Wrap, 3021 Mall Drive, May 22. Two priority violations: Rice in walk-in cooler is not cooling properly and is cold-held above 41 degrees (corrected); chicken Soup is hot-held below 135 degrees (corrected).
Fuji Steakhouse, 4864 Keystone Crossing, May 8. One priority violation: Creamer, lettuce, crab meat and cooked mushrooms cold-held above 41 degrees in coolers. One priority foundation violation.
Galloway Grille, 409 Galloway St., May 16. Two priority violations: Employee observed handling pickles, buns and orange slices with bare hands (corrected); containers of corned beef, taco meat and chorizo in make table cold-held above 41 degrees (corrected). One priority foundation violation.