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FACILITY NAME: Bottle and Kitchen
4 Inspection Records
 
Inspection# Type Date Final Score
8505876   FoodSvcREinspct   04/24/2015    
Law/Rule Rule Violations Violation Comments  
99A   *PRIORITY AND PRIORITY FOUNDATION ITEMS*  All items that are marked *priority* or *priority foundation* must be corrected IMMEDIATELY or have an approved alternative procedure in place which must be corrected within 14 days of the designated time period. Failure to correct these priority and priority foundation violations within the designated period may result in restaurant closure in compliance with Oregon Administrative Rule 333-157-0030. A recheck to determine compliance will be made within 14 days.      
  Corrective Text Corrective Comments  
       
Law/Rule Rule Violations Violation Comments  
99Z   A re-inspection was performed on this date to recheck Priority and Priority Foundation violation(s) noted during an inspection. The results of the recheck are:   Returned for reinspection on violations from semi - annual. Menus have consumer advisory completed - violation corrected. Dishwasher in bar not showing 50PPM chlorine at final rinse. Thin tipped thermometer on hand.    
  Corrective Text Corrective Comments  
       
Law/Rule Rule Violations Violation Comments  
4-501.114(A)   VIOLATION OF SECTION 4-501.114(A) *PRIORITY* The chlorine sanitizer concentration, pH, or temperature is not adequate, specifically:   Bar dishwasher showing only about 20 PPM chlorine at inspection. This requires a reinspection.    
  Corrective Text Corrective Comments  
  REQUIRED CORRECTION: CORRECT IMMEDIATELY. Provide and maintain an approved chlorine chemical sanitizer solution that has a minimum concentration of 50 ppm at 75°F for water with a pH of 8 or less, or 100°F for water with a pH of 10 or less, or as allowed in rule.   ***Corrected by using restaurant dishwasher until bar unit is repaired.    
Law/Rule Rule Violations Violation Comments  
99V1   *1st RE-INSPECTION FOR CALENDAR YEAR* Multnomah County Environmental Health will charge a $140.00 re-inspection fee for more than 3 re-inspections in a calendar year connected with a food service facility. The fee for each re-inspection is $140.00 (Multnomah County Code). This is your FIRST re-inspection for the calendar year.      
  Corrective Text Corrective Comments  
       





Notes to Inspection Report

The 2009 Food Code adopted in Oregon in September 2012 addresses controls for risk factors identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as contributors to foodborne outbreaks. The five risk factors are:

  • Improper Holding Times and Temperatures
  • Contaminated Equipment / Cross Contamination
  • Poor Personal Hygiene
  • Foods from Unsafe Sources
  • Inadequate Cooking

Violations not directly related to foodborne outbreaks may be included in the report but do not result in point deductions. Restaurant inspections ensure the ability of the restaurant worker or manager to demonstrate food safety knowledge and practice.

Public health interventions focus on the ability of the restaurant worker or manager to demonstrate food safety knowledge, appropriate policies and procedures are in place, time and temperature is controlled correctly, and that hands are clean.

   


 

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