Restaurant Inspection

Editor’s note: 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 tinyurl.com/k7macdr.

Eau Claire

Books-A-Million, 4030 Commonwealth Ave., Sept. 4. One priority violation: Blenders used with potentially hazardous food not cleaned after four hours (corrected). One priority foundation violation.

UW-Eau Claire Haas Fine Arts Center, 101 Water St., Sept. 5. One priority violation: Cream cheese in cooler cold-held above 41 degrees (corrected). One priority foundation violation.

Domino’s Pizza, 3311 London Road, Sept. 6. One priority violation: Two clear spray bottles with blue chemicals do not bear a manufacturer’s label (repeat, corrected).

Topper’s Pizza, 2159 Eastridge Center, Sept. 7. One priority violation: Ranch cups labeled to be kept refrigerated are held at room temperature (corrected). One priority foundation violation.

Pizza Hut, 2225 Eddy Lane, Sept. 10. No violations.

Little Caesar’s Pizza, 8 W. Madison St., Sept. 10. No priority or priority foundation violations.

Noodle Tea House, 2161 Eastridge Circle, Sept. 11. One priority violation: Shredded lettuce on the counter, pork sausage, ground pork, milk, meat broths and tapioca pearls cold-held above 41 degrees (repeat).

The District Pub & Grill, 101 Graham Ave., Sept. 11. Four priority violations: Chili cold-held above 41 degrees after cooling in walk-in cooler since the previous day (corrected); chicken, cut tomato and Canadian bacon cold-held above 41 degrees in pizza make table (corrected); chlorine sanitizer is being used below the required concentration (corrected); quat sanitizer is being used above the required concentration (corrected). Two priority foundation violations.

Casa Margarita, 5110 Fairview Drive, Sept. 11. No violations.

420 Internet Cafe, 420 Washington St., Sept. 12. No violations.

Subway, 2109 Highland Ave., Sept. 13. No violations.

UW-Eau Claire Centennial Hall, 1698 Park Ave., Sept. 13. One priority violation: Hashbrowns, tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, ham, chicken, fruit cups, yogurt cups and milk cold-held above 41 degrees. One priority foundation violation.

The Valley Bistro, 3210 Craig Road, Sept. 14. No priority or priority foundation violations.