Leesburg Restaurant Inspections: Tuscarora Mill, Fireworks Pizza




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  • 2022-01-18 18:32:27Z
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LEESBURG, VA - Several restaurants around western Loudoun County were cited with violation during recent visits from the Loudoun County Health Department. The most recent round of inspections occurred between Jan. 5 and Jan. 11.

As coronavirus restrictions continue to fluctuate around the state, health inspectors are returning to conduct some restaurant inspections in person. However, some visits, such as those for training purposes, can be conducted virtually.

Violations at restaurants typically focus on factors that can contribute to food contamination. The local health department can also perform a re-inspection to ensure that possible violations have been corrected.

For every observed violation, the inspector provides a specific corrective action that can be completed to rectify the violation. Sometimes these are simple, and violations can be corrected during the course of the inspection.

Here are the most recent restaurant inspections in the Leesburg area, according to the Loudoun County Health Department.

  • Pollos Inti II, 544 Fort Evans Rd, NE Leesburg, VA 20176

    • Date inspected: Jan. 5

    • Total violations: 2

      • Observed multiple TCS food items the walk-in cooler that fell out of the seven day range. chuleta de cordo (12/26/21) tamales (12/23/21) tamal peruana pequeno (12/4/21)

      • Test strips at dish machine were not producing adequate readings to determine chemical concentration of dish sanitizer.

  • Panera Bread #1164, 19327 Promenade Dr Leesburg, VA 20176

    • Date inspected: Jan. 5

    • Total violations: 3

      • Observed half and half in front reach in cooler with an expiration date of 1/4/2022.

      • Observed chemical (chlorine) dishwasher at 0 ppm at beginning of inspection.

      • Observed cut tomatoes in walk in freezer covered at a temperature 45F.

  • First Watch Restaurant, 603 Potomac Station Dr. Leesburg, VA 20176

    • Date inspected: Jan. 6

    • Total violations: 1

      • Observed 1 door reach in cooler at a temperature of 50F.

  • Tuscarora Mill, 203 Harrison Street West Leesburg, VA 20175

    • Date inspected: Jan. 6

    • Total violations: 5

      • Observed several seals of fixed equipment in need of repair. Fixed equipment includes hand washing sinks, prep sinks, and 3 compartment sinks.

      • Observed a container of pico do gallo and a container of cooked pork prepped on 12/29/21 in need of disposition. Food items have gone past 7 days.

      • Observed a large container of potato leek soup cold holding at improper temperature in 2 door refrigeration unit (47F). Also observed crab dip cold holding at improper temperature in prep unit (54F)

      • Observed raw chicken stored over raw shrimp in 2 door refrigeration unit.

      • Observed oysters in 2 door refrigeration unit without the shellstock tag attached to the container. Also observed shellstock tags not properly dated with when the last shellfish from the container was sold or served.

  • Fireworks Pizza, 201 B Harrison St Leesburg, VA 20175

    • Date inspected: Jan. 10

    • Total violations: 1

      • Observed mini prep unit not maintaining Time/Temperature Control for Safety (TCS) foods at 41F or below. Violation not corrected at follow-up inspection.

  • Lettuce Be Loco, 208 Church St SE Leesburg, VA 20175

    • Date inspected: Jan. 10

    • Total violations: 1

      • Observed pre-packaged curried chicken in "grab & go" manner with a label that does not have the facilities address.

  • Solo's N.Y. Pizza, 700 Fieldstone Dr #124 Leesburg, VA 20176

    • Date inspected: Jan. 10

    • Total violations: 1

      • During the time of inspection, the hand sink was obstructed with items preventing handwashing.

  • Loudoun Golf & Country Club, 36967 West Main St Purcellville, VA 20132

    • Date inspected: Jan. 11

    • Total violations: 2

      • Observed no verifiable manner that employees are aware, to report to the person in charge, information about their health and activities as it relates to diseases that are transmissible through food.

      • Observed floors under the fryer in need cleaning.

  • Monk's BBQ, 251 N. 21st Street Purcellville, VA 20132

    • Date inspected: Jan. 11

    • Total violations: 4

      • Observed can opener in need of cleaning. Build-up observed on can opener blade.

      • Observed coleslaw cold holding at improper temperature (54F) on ice in the kitchen.

      • Observed several containers of pickled vegetables prepared on 12/17/21 in need of disposition. Also observed brisket dated 1/4/21 in need of disposition.

      • Observed floor tile (3 tiles) in kitchen near the 3 compartment sink missing.

This article originally appeared on the Leesburg Patch

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