13 eateries in violation, agency says

November 27, 1994

Inspectors for the county Department of Health conduct periodic reviews of restaurants and food preparation establishments to monitor sanitary and physical conditions.

The county inspected 112 facilities from Nov. 1 to Nov. 15. Thirteen establishments had violations requiring action by the owner:

* Ann's Dari Creme, 7900 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not properly cooled. Reinspection required.

* Carlson's Pastries, 100 block of Mayo Road, Edgewater. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Deno's Pizza, 1600 block of Annapolis Road, Odenton. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Discovery Zone, Forest Drive, Annapolis. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Dragon Garden, 600 block of Old Mill Road, Millersville. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Everything Yogurt and Salad Cafe, Annapolis Mall, Annapolis. Food workers not following hand-washing rules or workers not free of illness.

* Hunan Express, 1100 block of Route 3 North, Gambrills. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Italian Sunlight, 7700 block of B & A Blvd., Glen Burnie. Food not kept at proper temperature; food not from an approved source.

* Kentucky Fried Chicken, 8200 block of Route 3 North, Millersville. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Regina's Deli and Restaurant, 100 block of Admiral Cochran Drive, Annapolis. Food workers not following hand-washing rules workers not free of illness.

* Roy Rogers, 7300 block of B & A Blvd., Glen Burnie. Food workers not following hand-washing rules or workers not free of illness.

* 7-Eleven, 1500 block of Annapolis Road, Odenton. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Stonebridge Restaurant, 8200 block of Fort Smallwood Road, Stoney Creek. Food workers not following hand-washing rules or workers not free of illness.

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