February 25 to March 2

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The following Tampa Bay area restaurants received the most violations during inspections conducted Feb. 25 March 2.

Captain Bill’s Beach Kitchen at 145 107 Ave. in Treasure Island, 25 violations

  • A Stop Sale was issued on potentially hazardous food due to temperature abuse. This included: 3 lbs of scallops, 5 lbs of chicken, 2 lbs of hush puppies, 1/3 tub of conch fritters, battered calamari 10lbs and raw shrimp 20lbs.
  • Ready-to-eat, potentially hazardous food was marked with a date that exceeded 7 days after preparation.
  • The cutting board has deep cut marks and is no longer cleanable.

Southern Woods Golf Club at 1501 Corkwood Blvd. in Homosassa, 28 violations

  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included: chicken salad 53°F, heavy cream 53°F, tuna 47°F, provolone 55°F, sliced cheddar 60°F, Swiss cheese 60°F, Blue cheese 58°F, cut lettuce 47°F and shredded cheddar 60°F.
  • Raw ground beef was stored over ready-to-eat bucket of mayonnaise.
  • Food was stored on the floor. This included oil and soda boxes that were stored on the floor in the downstairs storage area and corned beef and other items stacked on top of them.

Cassis American Brasserie at 170 Beach Dr. in St. Petersburg, 25 violations

  • Raw animal foods were not properly separated from each other in the holding unit. Raw shell eggs were stored over raw mussels.
  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included: ham 56°F, sausage 56°F, feta cheese 54°F, carrot cake 52°F and key lime pie 47°F.
  • An employee handled soiled dishes and then handled clean ones without washing their hands.

Bernie’s Place at 3135 18th Ave. South in St. Petersburg, 23 violations

  • A build-up of food debris, dust and dirt was found on the shelf under prep racks for storage and in the interior of the reach in freezer.
  • The wall was soiled with an accumulation of grease, food debris, and dust.
  • The Interior of the oven has a heavy accumulation of black substance, grease and food debris.

Innisbrook Resort & Golf Club Packards Copperhead Clubhouse at 36750 US HWY 19 N. in Palm Harbor, 23 violations

  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included: creamer 45°F, raw chicken 47°F, meatballs 48°F and rice 48°F.
  • The interior of the oven, grill top and six burner units has a heavy accumulation of black substance, grease and food debris.
  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included: creamer 45°F, raw chicken 47°F, meatballs 48°F and rice 48°F.

Capital Tacos at 27209 State Road FL 56 in Wesley Chapel, 35 violations

  • A Stop Sale was issued on potentially hazardous food due to temperature abuse. Food was not reheated to 165°F.
  • The gaskets in the walk in cooler were found with a slimy, mold-like build-up.
  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included chicken 52°F and grilled onions 48°F.

Positano’s at 3309 Tampa Rd. in Palm Harbor, 25 violations

  • The interior of the oven has a heavy accumulation of black substance, grease and food debris.
  • The slicer blade guard was soiled with old food debris.
  • The cutting boards in the kitchen and bar area were stained, soiled and grooved.

Starz Café at 6021 State Rd 54 in New Port Richey, 38 violations

  • Potentially hazardous cold food was held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. This included: butter packets 66°F, half and half cups 67°F, sauerkraut 82°F, hash 76°F, shell eggs 63°F and pancake batter 67°F.
  • Raw tubes of ground beef were stored over ready-to-eat fully cooked sausages in the reach in freezer.
  • Food was stored in a location that was exposed to splash and dust. A pot of red potatoes was stored next to a chemical bucket and under an inverted mop.

 

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