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Florissant Restaurant Inspections: Repairs Seem to Be a Theme in Latest Rounds

This week, we're checking out the inspections of four local spots.

Each week, Florissant Patch publishes information from the local restaurant inspections of St. Louis County Department of Health as well as their grades.

Here are the latest restaurant inspections for the past 90 days:

 

Little Caesar’s Pizza

Date of Inspection: June 20

Type of Inspection: Follow-up

Risk Factor: 2

Grade: 99-A

Comments: Proof of enrollment for person in charge shown; sanitizer dispenser needs to be tested regularly; monitoring fruit flies on as-needed basis needed; caulking near hood filters should be repaired by next inspection.

 

Gettemeier’s Bar

Date of Inspection: June 23

Type of Inspection: Routine

Risk Factor: 3

Grade: 97-A

Comments: Bar floor needs repair; hood filter had buildup of black debris; cooler in kitchen needs new gaskets; no thermometer visible in cooler and refrigerator; chlorine concentration originally made too strong but was corrected; soap and paper towels at bar sink need to be made more easily accessible.

 

Kentucky Fried Chicken

Date of Inspection: June 23

Type of Inspection: Routine

Risk Factor: 2

Grade: 97-A

Comments: Floor grout throughout kitchen in need of repair; no thermometer located on any coolers; cutting board in kitchen found scratched and discolored; walk-in cooler gasket needs repair; door latch on walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer has a missing part to secure door; sanitizer from dispenser too strong and was diluted until chemical service could come out.

 

Longhorn Steakhouse

Date of Inspection: July 5

Type of Inspection: Follow-up

Risk Factor: 3

Grade: 98-A

Comments: Faucets loose and should be corrected by next inspection; caulking in dish room and cutting boards need to be repaired or replaced by next inspection; cooler repaired; door sweep on kitchen door replaced.

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