22 violations at Jarrettown Hotel Italian; 3 times repeat- Interior of soda gun head at bar observed with black residue, mask violations, Two dead fly-like insects observed inside refrigerator

22 violations at Jarrettown Hotel Italian; 3 times repeat- Interior of soda gun head at bar observed with black residue, mask violations, Two dead fly-like insects observed inside refrigerator

Dresher, PA

Jarrettown Hotel Italian

1425 Limekiln Pike
Dresher, PA 19025

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Services conducted an unannounced retail food inspection on 9/3/2020 As a result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations Jarrettown Hotel Italian was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Pennsylvania’s food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 22 violations were found.

The inspector made the following comments in support of the violations found during the inspection:

  • Inspection conducted upon receiving a Covid-19 related complaint. At time of inspection facility found to be following indoor dining capacity restrictions and tables properly spaced, and outdoor tables properly spaced. Employee in kitchen observed not wearing a face covering. Employee placed face covering on during inspection.
  • Sign stating inspections are available upon request not posted in facility in public view. Sign emailed during inspection.
  • Employee observed washing hands with gloves still on without soap inside of mop sink. Facility instructed on proper glove use and hand washing procedure during inspection.
  • Bar hand wash sink found with a liquor bottle inside of basin.
  • Raw shell eggs and raw veal stored above found stored above seafood and ready to eat foods in walk-in refrigerator.
  • (3 times repeat violation)Interior of soda gun head at bar observed with black residue. Failure to correct and maintain multiple repeat violations may result in further legal action or citation.
  • Several chlorine sanitizer buckets in facility tested below required concentration of 50-100ppm. Facility remixed a 50ppm solution during inspection.
  • Can opener blade observed with dry food residue.
  • Bar dish machine chlorine sanitizer tested below required concentration of 50-100ppm. Facility must cease use of dish machine. Facility may not use unit until serviced, supplying final rinse of 50-100ppm chlorine, AND written permission is granted by MCOPH. Send service report to the email provided. Failure to comply may result in legal actions.
  • Foods inside of grill station refrigerator on cook’s line recorded with internal temperatures of 50F-71F. Facility voluntarily discarded risotto, salmon, crab cakes, scallops, tuna, mango salsa, octopus, mayo, bruschetta, and meatballs during inspection.
  • Prepared and opened TCS ready to eat foods held under refrigeration in establishment longer than 24 hours lacking discard date marking not to exceed 7 days from prep/open date. Facility emailed date marking regulations during inspection.
  • Chemical spray bottle in dish area lacking identifying label.
  • Grill station refrigerator on cook’s line recorded with ambient temperature of 54F. Facility voluntarily discarded all TCS foods. Facility must immediately stop using the unit. Facility may not use the unit until serviced by licensed professional, AND unit is operating at 41F or below, AND written permission is granted by MCOPH. Send service report to the email provided. Failure to comply or await permission before using unit may lead to legal action.
  • Commercially vacuum sealed tuna found thawed in walk-in refrigerator when bags state for fish to be removed from vacuum seal before thawing. Facility voluntarily discarded 12 tuna steaks during inspection.
  • Two dead fly-like insects observed inside of grill station refrigerator on cook’s line.
  • Food items and bagged ice stored on floor of walk-in freezer.
  • Cutting boards stored behind faucet of 3 compartment sink and on floor next to mop sink in kitchen.
  • Shelf under glasses at bar lined with absorbent linen.
  • (2 times repeat violation)Walk-in freezer door is not capable of closing and observed with damage at bottom portion of door. Failure to correct and maintain multiple repeat violations may result in further legal action or citation.
  • Grill station refrigerator and sauté station refrigerator on cook’s line observed with condensation build-up on bottom of units.
  • 3 compartment sink not set up properly with soap solution in middle basin. Facility instructed on proper wash, rinse, sanitize, and air dry procedures during inspection.
  • Exterior of fryer unit observed with grease accumulation on cook’s line.
  • Grease observed dripping from grease hood system above cook’s line. The Upper Dublin Township Fire Marshal was contacted during inspection due to facility grease hood system sticker stating last cleaning was June of 2019.