Food Service Inspections

March 26, 1995

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health inspected 88 restaurants or other food service businesses between Feb 16 and 28.

Inspectors evaluated the establishments on nine points dealing with sanitary and physical conditions.

Fifteen businesses were cited for violations. None of the businesses was ordered closed.

* China Sea Restaurant, 2600 block of Annapolis Road, Severn. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Gingerbread Man, 500 block of Ritchie Highway, Severna Park. Food not adequately cooked or reheated.

* Buck Murphy's, 300 block of Telegraph Road, Odenton. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Hot Sam Pretzel Bakery, 7900 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Hunan Odenton Restaurant, 8300 block of Telegraph Road, Odenton. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Jonathan's Restaurant, 5600 block of Belle Grove Road, Brooklyn Park. Food not adequately cooked or reheated.

* Riordan's Saloon, Market Space, Annapolis. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar, 2100 block of General's Highway, Annapolis. Food not held at proper temperature.

* 7-Eleven, 1700 block of Forest Drive, Annapolis. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Double T Diner II, first block of Mountain Road, Pasadena. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Mamma Lucia Pizza and Sub Shop, 2400 block of Solomons Island Road, Annapolis. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Vie de France, Marley Station, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Foods-R-In, 7900 block of Crain Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature; food adulterated or spoiled.

* Giant Food Store No. 141, 7900 bock of Crain Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.

* New Walker's Inn, 7900 block of Main St., Orchard Beach. Food not held at proper temperature.

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