Listed here are the eating places and different meals amenities that San Bernardino County well being inspectors quickly shut down due to imminent well being hazards between Aug. 19 and 25, 2022. If no reopening date is talked about, the company had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication.
Gold Seven Liquor & Mart, 8145 Cypress Ave. Suite A, Fontana
- Closed: Aug. 25
- Grade: Not graded
- Motive: Operating without a valid health permit. The shop was advised to cease promoting prepackaged meals and drinks, together with alcohol, till it may acquire a allow.
Sake 2 Me, 5660 Holt Blvd., Montclair
- Closed: Aug. 24
- Grade: 82/B
- Motive: Cockroach infestation. An inspector visited in response to two complaints that individuals noticed a roach on their desk. The inspector noticed six dwell roaches below an oven and fridge, and greater than 20 useless roaches in numerous areas. There have been additionally about 30 mouse droppings below the ice machine and one other fridge. There have been two different essential violations — the chef didn’t wash arms correctly and a few shrimp was at an unsafe temperature. Moreover, there was mould across the ice machine dispenser. This was the restaurant’s fourth B or C grade and second closure since 2018; the 2018 closure was for having an opossum, snails and worms within the facility.
Meat division of Lizze Enterprises, 7310 Pine Ave., Chino
- Closed: Aug. 23
- Grade: 83/B in the meat market, 97/A in the prepackaged food market
- Motive: No sizzling water. That was a essential violation, and there was one different, for the operator not washing arms between dealing with uncooked meat and wrapping it up for purchasers. The prepackaged space was not closed.
Taqueria y Mariscos Madrigal, 12924 14th St., Chino
- Closed: Aug. 19
- Grade: 80/B
- Motive: Cockroach infestation. An inspector visited in response to a complaint that somebody discovered a useless roach of their take-out order. The inspector discovered about 20 dwell and 5 useless or dying roaches in a number of areas, together with below the tortilla shelf, on the wall subsequent to the range and below the dishwashing sink. There was one different essential violation: Quite a few containers of meals had been at unsafe temperatures, together with objects in fridges that wanted restore and uncooked gut that had been neglected to thaw for 3 hours on the dishwashing sink drainboard.
McDonald’s, 1201 third St., Needles
- Closed: Aug. 19
- Grade: Not graded
- Motive: No water. An inspector visited after somebody complained that they visited the restaurant and weren’t in a position to flush the bathroom or wash their arms. The supervisor stated the water had been turned off whereas a technician was repairing a leak.
- Reopened: A few half-hour later after sizzling water was restored
Non-closure inspections of observe
Listed here are chosen inspections at amenities that weren’t closed however had different vital points.
Alina’s Lebanese Cuisine, at 2250 S. Archibald Ave. Suite B in Ontario, was inspected Aug. 24 and acquired a grade of 86/B with two essential violations. The dishwasher wasn’t dishing out sanitizer, and an worker didn’t wash arms correctly. Additionally, some sauce was at an unsafe temperature in a fridge that wasn’t holding chilly, a flooring sink was clogged (however sewage was not backing up) and there have been 4 useless child cockroaches by the again door. A follow-up inspection was deliberate. This was the restaurant’s second B grade since 2020.
El Puerto Escondido, at 1970 W. Ostrems Approach in San Bernardino, was inspected Aug. 22 and acquired a grade of 80/B with two essential violations. An worker didn’t wash arms after touching uncooked shrimp. And there was a “heavy accumulation of black mold-like substance” in an ice machine, contaminating the ice. Among the many seven different violations, there was one useless roach within the beer storage room and a few outdated rodent droppings in different storage areas, the bar handwashing sink didn’t have cleaning soap, uncooked shrimp wasn’t being thawed accurately and bananas had been saved in a container of uncooked bacon. A follow-up inspection Aug. 24 discovered no proof of roaches or rodent droppings, and the ice machine was clear.
Palo Fierro, at 9670 Haven Ave. Unit 101 in Rancho Cucamonga, was inspected Aug. 22 and acquired a grade of 86/B with one essential violation. Some chorizo, lengua and guacamole had been at unsafe temperatures. Among the many 5 different violations, there was mould and calcium buildup within the ice machine (not touching ice) and a few rodent droppings in a storage space, together with two on high of a field. A follow-up was deliberate to verify there was no infestation.
X and D Magic Wok, at 14600 Base Line Suite 420 in Fontana, was inspected Aug. 19 and acquired a grade of 80/B with six violations, 4 of which had been essential. A number of containers of meals weren’t being cooled down quick sufficient, and the inspector measured the walk-in cooler to be 50 levels inside (above 41 is unsafe). There was mould within the ice machine, contaminating the ice. An worker rinsed arms with out cleaning soap. And the dishwashing sink and sanitizer buckets didn’t have robust sufficient sanitizer. This was the restaurant’s second B grade since 2019. A follow-up on Aug. 23 discovered the walk-in fridge nonetheless not holding chilly. Workers was advised to not use it till it’s verified to work.
La Estrella Bakery, at 510 N. Mount Vernon Ave. in Colton, was inspected Aug. 18 and acquired a grade of 78/C with two essential violations. Luggage and a container of flour in a storage space had “extreme meals bugs and useless flies,” and a container of pineapple was moldy. Additionally, two cartons of eggs had been left at room temperature. Among the many 10 different violations, there was mould within the ice machine (not touching ice), there have been two dwell flies within the facility, meals was saved uncovered and the ground mixers had been “excessively soiled with outdated flour/dough particles.” The restaurant had acquired B grades on its final two inspections.
About this checklist
This checklist is printed on-line on Fridays. Any updates as eating places are reopened might be included in subsequent week’s checklist.
All meals amenities within the county are routinely inspected to make sure they meet well being codes. A facility loses 4 factors for every essential violation and one to a few factors for minor violations. An A grade (90 to 100 factors) is taken into account “typically superior,” a B grade (80 to 89) is “typically acceptable” and a C grade (70 to 79) is “typically unacceptable” and requires a follow-up inspection. A facility might be quickly closed if it scores under 70 or has a essential violation that may’t be corrected instantly.
For extra info on inspections of those or any eating places in San Bernardino County, go to www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/FacilityList/food. To file a well being grievance, go to www.sbcounty.gov/dph/ehsportal/StaticComplaint or name 800-442-2283.