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Did Don Julio, Taqueria Del Mar and Prime Wings Pass Health Dept. Inspections?

Know before you go: Zapata scores 92 on re-inspection.

Did Don Julio, Taqueria Del Mar and Prime Wings Pass Health Dept. Inspections?

Peachtree Corners- and Norcross-area restaurant inspections conducted by the  Gwinnett County Health Department


Don Julio Mexican Grill

5510 Spalding Drive, Suite C

Score: 86/B

Date: Feb. 24, 2014

Previous scores: 100/A (1/22/14)

Remarks: Consumer advisory not met for in house menu and to-go menus. Cold-held potentially hazardous foods not maintained below 41F. Ambient air of walk in cooler at 46-47 deg. F. Refrigeration must have an ambient air of 41. Wicker like baskets lined with wax paper for chips being used. Baskets DISCARDED.

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Taqueria Del Mar

5075 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 105A

Score: 89/B

Date: Feb. 21, 2014

Previous scores: 80/B (11/22/13); 99/A (5/30/13)

Remarks: Multiple potentially hazardous foods not cold held at 41 degrees F or below and no time controls in place.

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Prime Wings

3230 Medlock Bridge Road #109

Score: 97/A

Date: Feb. 21, 2014

Previous scores: 98/A (11/20/13); 66/U (11/7/13)

Remarks: Cardboard used on the floor as covering. Sides of fryers and behind the fryers have an accumulation of encrusted grease and dirt. Hood filters have a build up of grease

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McDonald’s

4135 Jimmy Carter Blvd.

Score: 76/C

Date: Feb. 24, 2014

Previous scores: 97/A (12/17/13); 93/A (

Remarks: Observed grill operator change gloves while working with different foods and equipment without changing gloves. Observed several foods in walk-in cooler and in 1-door reach-in cooler (under coffee machine) holding at temperatures above 41 F. Observed employee prepping sandwiches wearing a pink bracelet. Observed another employee working with fryers wearing multiple bracelets and a watch. Had employees remove jewelry. Walk-in cooler and 1-door reach-in cooler (frontline under coffee machine) not maintain temperature at 41 F or below. Observed wet mop sitting in dirty water in mop bucket.

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Zapata

15 Jones Street

Score: 92/A (Re-inspection)

Date:  Feb. 25, 2104

Previous scores: 72/C (2/17/14); 99/A (12/19/13)

Remarks: Starbucks drink in server area without a straw. Drink DISCARDED. Pitcher with water stored in handwashing sink in server area. Ice build up in freezer. Must maintain equipment. Unsealed wood used to line floor.

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Bruster’s Ice Cream

6359 Jimmy Carter Blvd.

Score: 96/A

Date: Feb. 26, 2014

Previous scores: 96/A (9/6/13); 96/A (1/12/13)

Remarks: Employee water bottle (opened) stored on food preparation area. Water bottle was removed from the area. Employee drinks should be kept in a disposable cup with lid/straw and be stored in a manner/location as to prevent possible contamination to stored foods and/or food preparation areas.

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