TERRE HAUTE —
Burger King No. 5804, 2116 Lafayette Ave., (3 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) — No sanitizer measured in wiping cloth buckets; beverage stains in handwash sink; cupholders and tea spout with debris.
Burger King No. 14553, 3087 Wabash Ave., (2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Onion straws not marked with time to discard; lobby soda nozzles and tea dispenser nozzle found with debris.
Little Caeser’s, 1834 Lafayette Ave., (1 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) — No sanitizer measured in wiping cloth buckets.
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, 2309 S. Third St., (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Sanitizer not measured in dishwash machine.
Fourth Quarter Bar, 2000 Wabash Ave., (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Debris found on ice machine chute, bar soda nozzle and holder.
Fox Grocery, 6869 N. Clinton St., (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Ham salad not marked with date of consumption.
Mike’s Market, 2601 S. Third St., (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Cantaloupe and packaged dips not marked with date of consumption.
Jiffy Mini Mart No. 527, 1301 Poplar St., (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Handwash sink in back room dirty.
Rod and Gun Club, 2525 Lambert, (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Box of breading with mold in it in walk-in cooler.
Tecumseh Bar & Grill, 129 Durkees Ferry Road, (1 Critical) — Mouse droppings in cabinets in kitchen.
Piloni’s Italian Restaurant, 1733 Lafayette Ave., (1 Critical) — Eggplant parmesan, penne pasta, spaghetti, soup, marinara and meatballs not marked with discard date.
Kerman Grotto Club, 400 West U.S. 40, (1 Critical) — Debris in bar soda nozzles holders.
Real Hacienda, 2141 S. Indiana 46, (3 Non-Critical)
Pat’s Café, 111890 S. U.S. 41, (2 Non-Critical)
Pizza Hut of Terre Haute, 2400 S. Third St., (2 Non-Critical)
Logan’s Rib-Eye, 100 S. Fruitridge Ave., (1 Non-Critical)
Amvets Post 222, 2420 Fifth Ave., (1 Non-Critical)
Speak Easy, 1801 Wabash Ave., (1 Non-Critical)
Saratoga/Azar’s Catering, 431 Wabash Ave., (1 Non-Critical)
David’s 63 Café, 3700 Indiana 63, (1 Non-Critical)
Sweet Escape Café, 8000 S. Education, (1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with no violations:
Edible Bouqets by Janaki, 2250 Wabash Ave.
Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 301 S. 25th St.
CVS Pharmacy No. 8679, 2021 Fort Harrison
Scott’s Stop, 2690 Durkees Ferry Road
Fayette Elementary School, 9400 Beech St.
Terre Haute North Vigo High School, 3434 Maple Ave.
Donovan’s Diner, 6325 S. Indiana 46
Fox Canteen, 1219 N. Fruitridge Ave.
Food Services Unlimited, 400 W. U.S. 40
Arby’s No. 7082, 2155 Lafayette Ave.
6th Avenue Bar, 796 Lafayette Ave.
Long John Silver’s, 2039 Lafayette Ave.
Establishments approved to open:
The Bucket, 2414 Prairieton Road
J K Stop & Go, Inc., 1255 Locust St.
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