Area restaurants cited for 7 or more priority violations. Most violations are corrected at the time of the inspection.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture cited these operations for 7 or more priority health code violations.
The owner declined to comment on the violations.
Cocina Mexicana had 5 priority violations during a July 1 follow-up inspection.
The owners declined to comment on the violations.
Joy Wok had 3 priority violations during a July 11 follow-up inspection.
“We are making sure that won’t happen again,” said Jennifer Liu, manager.
“The violations were fixed on-site,” said Raul Villegas, manager.
Soccer Nation had no priority violations during a July 16 follow-up inspection.
The owner declined to comment.
Carniceria La 7 had no priority violations during a July 7 follow-up inspection.
Restaurant officials couldn’t be reached for comment.
Bonito Michoacan had 3 priority violations during a July 14 follow-up inspection.
“They did a lot of remodeling in the restaurant and they are working on those coolers and they are continuing to work with the inspectors,” said Lupe Sanz, spokeswoman for the restaurant.
The manger declined to comment on the violations.
Lake Stop was reinspected on July 18 and had no priority violations.
“The violations were mechanical in nature, not food handling violations,” said Mike Martin, a Parks and Recreation official “I had just bought the hot dogs that day and they were frozen and we put them in the refrigerator to use that night.”
It had no priority violations during a follow-up inspection on June 30.
For complete Kansas Department of Agriculture inspection reports, go to http://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/food-safety-lodging/inspection-results
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