2826 Terminal Dr., Hebron, KY
Manager: Coleen Prochaska, [email protected]
The following issues were reported by state and local governments responsible for inspecting hotels and/or food service establishments. In some cases, there is an indication that the reported violation was corrected by the time of a follow-up inspection; in other cases, no information was available as to whether a follow-up inspection was conducted. Accordingly, this blog should be understood to describe circumstances that existed on the date of the referenced inspection only. Should you have questions about the ongoing status of any situation described herein, you may contact the general manager of the respective establishment.
- During routine inspections of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cincinnati Airport between March 10, 2014 and February 26, 2019, on twelve different occasions inspectors observed food expired or past its serve by date mark. (2/26/2019, 9/7/2018, 8/28/2018, 2/21/2018, 2/18/2017, 8/29/2017, 9/6/2016, 3/10/2016, 9/21/2015, 3/16/2015, 9/11/2014 and 3/10/2014)
- During routine inspections of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cincinnati Airport on August 28, 2018 and September 7, 2018, the inspector observed on two occasions “drain pan in the two door reach in refrigerator on line… overflowing into refrigerator.” On the second occasion, the inspector wrote: “A call has been put in to the refrigeration company and they currently have a pan underneath drain pan to catch any extra waste.”
- During a routine inspection of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cincinnati Airport on August 28, 2018, the inspector “Observed fruit flies through out kitchen. Heavily concentrated in dish tank area and behind bar.”
- During a routine inspection of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cincinnati Airport on August 28, 2018, an inspector from the Kentucky Department of Public Health observed the following:
- Violation 1: Observed grilled chicken, ripe, ham, mash potatoes, demi sauce, cooked noodles, crab mix, half n-half, heavy whipping cream, hummus, grilled onions, tuna salad, corn beef, turkey, roast beef, soups, a whole speed_ rack of potentially hazardous foods without date marks. Discarded/corrected.
- Observed two containers of butter milk and ricotta cheese expired.
- Observed time being used for cream cheese, sausage, and butter. Operator uses over 4 hours, no written policy and no time stamp. All food product discarded.
- Violation 8: Observed raw sausage stored above bacon in walk in cooler.
- Observed raw steak stored with veggies in single door reach in refrigerator.
- Observed ground beef stored above steak in walk in cooler.
- Violation 15: Observed gasket ripped on the following:
- Bottom door freezer labeled #5 on cookline.
- Both drawers on raw meat refrigerator on cookline.
- Stand up reach in refrigerator.
- Right door on two door reach in refrigerator where tuna salad is stored.
- Right door on two door reach in refrigerator where drain pan is leaking.
- Violation 17: Observed slicer with food debris on blade. Slicer was not used today.
- Observed dishmachine behind bar holding a chlorine concentration of O ppm.
- Observed dishmachine in kitchen only reaching a plate temperature of 153 degrees. T-strip was not turning black either.
- *Operator is advised to use three compartment sink set up until dish machine is correctly holding a plate temperature of 160 or higher.*
- Violation 22: Observed drain pan in the two door reach in refrigerator on line full and overflowing into refrigerator.
- Violation 28: Observed fruit flies through out kitchen. Heavily concentrated in dish tank area and behind bar.
A follow up inspection will be conducted Friday September 7th. Critical items #1, 11, 11, 17 and 22 shall be corrected
The score for this inspection was so low (76) that the restaurant received the following letter from the Kentucky Health Department:
The Department found on the follow-up inspection on September 7, 2018 that these violations had been corrected. But it found additional violations at that time, including “[o]bserved chipotle, mash potatoes, demi, and onion sauce past 7 day datemark.” This is despite the fact that the hotel had notice that the inspection would take place that day.