Bend Preserve Restaurant (Thousand Trails) — 100
Dairy Queen (Empire) — 100
New York Sub Shop (Redmond)— 100
Little Caesars Pizza (Redmond)— 100
Poke Row— 100
Billy’s Cafe — 100
Redmond Lucky 7 — 100
Arby’s of Redmond — 100
Mudd House Coffee and More — 100
Hampton Inn and Suites (Bend) — 100
Planer Sandwiches — 100
Ashley’s Cafe (South) — 100
Sonic Drive-In #6046 (Redmond) — 100
Domino’s Pizza (Bend) — 100
Sisters Dairy Queen — 100
The Vault Taphouse — 100
Big O Bagels (Galveston): 77 — Butter on counter at 71 degrees. Both front prep coolers holding food at 44-45 degrees. Front display cooler holding nine bagel dogs, 16-ounce cream cheese cups and several individual cream cheeses holding at 56 degrees (food thrown out). Cream cheese to-go cups are dated three weeks prior to inspection, if marked at all. No sanitizer present in three-compartment sink that was to be used further before closing in one hour. Person in charge unaware of proper food holding temperatures. Believed quat-ammonia test strips to be used to test chlorine sanitizer. Few reach-in coolers with no thermometers.
Hola 4 (Bond St.): 82 — Two large containers of beans at 46-50 degrees, salsa at 50 degrees. Four cans of whipped cream were all opened more than seven days earlier. No chlorine sanitizer in dishmachine. No digital probe thermometer available. No thermometers in from reach-in coolers.
The Dough Nut (Galveston): 86 — Sausage is date marked two weeks prior to inspection; ham is marked almost one month prior. Open bottle of water on counter. No chlorine test strips available. Roll of nonperforated paper towels on counter. No thermometer in front milk refrigerator.
Shari’s #120 (North): 87 — Bag of pooled raw eggs is against and over boxes of lettuce. Hose from unrestricted hose bib at mop sink is hanging down into basin. Open cup of coffee on cookline.
Sunspot Drive-In: 87 — Raw eggs stored over ready to eat food in reach-in. No air gap at prep sink. Fan guards in reach-in are dirty. Rusty shelve in reach-in.
Health inspections were conducted by the Deschutes County Public Health Department and reflect violations observed at inspection. The violations can range from general sanitation and maintenance to violations that have a direct connection to preventing foodborne illness to violations in procedures by maintenance that control the risk of foodborne illness, such as documentation, labeling, personnel training and equipment.