Protecting the health and safety of all who eat at Boyle County’s food-service establishments is a top priority of the Boyle County Health Department. The health department routinely provides food safety training for the county’s restaurant personnel, in addition to conducting at least two unannounced inspections each year.
Key items of concern during inspections include employee practices and cleanliness, food protection during storage and preparation, cleaning and sanitizing of equipment and utensils, insect and rodent control, and the storage and use of toxic materials.
A perfect inspection score is 100- points are subtracted when department guidelines are not met. In general, the lower the score the lower the level of sanitation; however, a low score does not necessarily imply an imminent health risk.
Many facilities are combination food-service-retail markets and receive two scores. The first is for the deli (food-service) and the second is for the remainder of the store. Here’s what the scores mean: A rating of 85 or above with no critical items indicates a passing inspection. Scores of 70 to 84 with no critical items require re-inspection within 30 days or less. Facilities that do not correct sanitation problems during the allotted time face possible permit suspension. Establishments that score between 60 and 69 are issued a “Notice of Intent to Suspend Permit,’’ and are afforded the opportunity for an administrative hearing to show cause as to why the facility’s permit should not be suspended. State law requires closure of any establishment with rating of 59 or less.
An establishment also must cease operation if conditions exist which pose an immediate public health threat. Any establishment whose permit has been suspended can make application for a re-inspection for the purpose of permit reinstatement.
If the re-inspection reveals that the conditions causing suspension of the permit have been corrected, the permit will be reinstated.
There are 13 critical items on the health department inspection form. Regardless of the rating score, these potentially serious deficiencies must be corrected within a time specified by the health department, but in any event, not to exceed 10 days.
Serious deficiencies are noted by an asterisk after the establishment’s score.
303 West, West Main Street, 99.
A Children’s Place, Lebanon Road, 100.
Aldi, Hustonville Road, 99.
Atoka, Perryville Road, 99.
Bluegrass Pizza & Pub, West Main Street, 89.
Broadway Café and Catering, North Third Street, 90.
Burger King, Hustonville Road, 96.
Cake Walk KY, Gentry Lane, 100.
Champion’s Marathon, Quisenberry Street, 96, 98.
Chill’s Quick Stop, Lexington Road, 96, 95.
Christ the Head Missionary Daycare, East Main Street, 100.
Cici’s Pizza, Hustonville Road, 91.
Comfort Suites, Ben Ali Drive, 88.
Connie’s Restaurant and Deli, Parksville, 99, 100.
Danville Center for Health & Rehabilitation, North Third Street, 97.
Ephraim McDowell Hospital, South Third Street, 98.
Finley’s Roller Rink, Danville Bypass, 97.
Giovanni’s Pizza, Hustonville Road, 92.
Go Go Gorillas, South Danville Bypass, 100.
Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, Hustonville Road, 93.
Guadalajara No. 3, Perryville Road, 91.
Huddle House, Skywatch Drive, 97.
Lee’s Famous Recipe, South Fourth Street, 94.
Little Caesar’s Pizza, Hustonville Road, 98.
Mallard’s, Ben Ali Drive, 96.
McDonald’s, Danville bypass, 95. *Two chemical spray bottles improperly stored.
McDonald’s No. 2, Thoroughbred Drive, 96.* Auto dishwasher not sanitizing as required.
McDowell Place, Ben Ali Drive, 100.
Mermaids, South Fourth Street, 94.
New Chinatown Inc., Hustonville Road, 92.
Old Bridge Golf Club, Old Bridge Road, 95.
Papa John’s, West Main Street, 98.
Parksville Trading Post, Parksville, 92, 96.* Sliced deli meats not being date marked as required.
Peckerwood Grocery, White Oak Road, 94, 96.
Pioneer Playhouse, Stanford Road, 100.
Quarterback Café, Ben Ali Drive, 96.
Quick Stop, Hustonville Road, 100, 99.
R.R. Donelley and Son’s, Lebanon Road, 92.
Redi Mart No. 20, Junction City, 95, 97.
Redi Mart No. 21, Bluegrass Pike, 94, 93.* Potentially hazardous foods requiring date marking exceeding time limit in refrigeration unit.
Speedway, West Main Street, 98, 97.
Subway, North Fourth Street, 99.
Summer Hokkaido, Danville Bypass, 97.
Super 8 Danville, Danville bypass, 88.* No sanitizer located.
The Hub Coffee House, West Main Street, 98.
Wanda’s Country Kitchen, Junction City, 93.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required.
Wee Kare Day Care, Junction City, 100.
Wendy’s, Hustonville Road, 97.
Wok-N-Go, Hustonville Road, 91.
Zaxby’s, Skywatch Drive, 94.* Two chemical spray bottles not properly stored.
Lowry’s Forkland Store, 98, 98.
Presbyterian Church of Danville, W. Main Street, 100.
Follow Up Inspections
McDonald’s No. 2, 100.
Parksville Trading Post, 96, 96.
Redi Mart No. 21,, 94, 97.
Super 8 Danville, 92.
Wanda’s Country Kitchen, 97.