Bob-Bets Lounge in Pleasantville; rodent droppings, signs of sewage backup, “Manager said that it may have happened months ago,” 8 violations

Bob-Bets Lounge in Pleasantville; rodent droppings,  signs of sewage backup, “Manager said that it may have happened months ago,” 8 violations

Pleasantville, PA

Bob-Bets Lounge

5455 Curry Rd
Pleasant Hills, PA 15236

The Allegheny County Health Department conducted an unannounced retail food inspection on 1/6/2021. During this inspection a total of 8 violations were found.

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

  • Meatballs found in slow cooker at 31F during inspection. At end of inspection, two hours after the meatballs had been claimed to have started reheating, one meatball near the edge of the slow cooker was found at 115F and another meatball near the center of the slow cooker was found at 32F. Manager was informed and meatballs voluntarily discarded.
  • Three bowl sink has a vice grip wrench in place of the cold water faucet handle.
  • Old rodent droppings found in basement. Sticky traps are in place and dead bugs were in basement. No signs of infestation.
  • Facility lacks a certified food protection manager. The Owner stated that she has a certification, but no records could be validated during inspection.
  • Handwashing sink not sealed to wall in men’s room. Seal.
  • Large patches of floor tiling is missing in the bar area. Underlying wood is exposed
  • Multiple lights in the kitchen are out.
  • One light is missing shielding.
  • Signs of a sewage back-up in basement. Discolored toilet tissue found dried and stuck to the floor around the drain and the immediate area. Basement is use for product storage, but no products located in the immediate area. Manager said that it may have happened months ago. Instructed manager to monitor for future activity, notify the inspector of future occurrences, and to clean and sanitize the area.

This story was edited as it originally stated the inspection was completed by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculure not the Allegheny County Health Department.