KC District Restaurants Temporarily Closed Due to Code Violations

Several restaurants in the Kansas City metro were recently closed temporarily due to health law violations. They have since passed a follow-up inspection and have been allowed to reopen the door.

The Kansas City Department of Health cited these processes:

Chili Café214 West 85th Street (listed at 218 West 85th Street in the report), had eight serious violations during its June 22 routine inspection. The inspector said several potentially dangerous food items were held at inappropriate temperatures, including marinated chicken breast, cooked pork, raw and cooked beef, sour cream, rice, beans, cheese, shrimp soup and sauces. Items are ignored.

She had no serious violations during a follow-up inspection on June 28 and was allowed to reopen.

The owners did not answer the phone calls.

Church chicken, 11500 Blue Ridge Boulevard, had two serious violations during a follow-up inspection on June 16. It was out of compliance with the food processor cards and the duties of the responsible person. She had no serious violations during a follow-up inspection on June 17.

Church officials did not return phone calls.

Harold Drive In, 1337 Admiral Blvd. , had one serious violation during a June 28 inspection after a complaint. It was temporarily closed when the inspector found no running water. She had no serious violations during a follow-up inspection on June 29 and was allowed to reopen.

Restaurant staff said no one was available to comment.

McDonald’s, 11290 Holmes Road, had two serious violations during routine inspection on June 27. It was closed when the inspector found sewage overflowing from the drain under the three-chamber sink.

She had no serious irregularities during a follow-up inspection later that day and was allowed to reopen.

A spokeswoman for the restaurant said the issue had been resolved.

Bob6901 NW 83rd Terrace, had four serious violations during a June 6 inspection, including coleslaw salad, shredded cheese, rice and raw chicken kept at improper temperatures in a freezer.

She had no serious violations during a follow-up inspection on June 7 and was allowed to reopen.

Popeye officials have not commented on the temporary closure.

For full reports for the Kansas City area, visit www.inspectionsonline.us/foodsafety/mouskansascity/search.htm And search under the name of the facility.

The Kansas Department of Agriculture cited these processes (direct links to reports not provided):

Chartreuse nightmare, 12976 W. 87th St. Parkway in Lenexa, had five priority violations during a verification check on June 27, including a broken hot water handle on the hand wash basin.

He had one priority violation during the reopening of inspections on June 28 and was allowed to reopen.

Restaurant officials did not answer phone calls.

domestic bullkansas city legends outlets 1706 West Parkway Village, Kansas City, Kansas, has 12 priority violations during routine inspection on June 9.

imitation crab meat, rice, pork, raw pork, beef, sour cream, cooked beef and other foods are not kept at appropriate temperatures; The restaurant does not stop operating and the management is notified of the imminent health risks.

The items were disposed of and a service company came to work on the cooler, according to the report.

She had no priority violations during the inspection later that day and was allowed to reopen. He had one priority violation during a follow-up inspection on June 23.

Restaurant officials did not answer phone calls.

Moon Walk, 12251 W. 87th St. Parkway in Lenexa, had 11 priority violations during its first operational inspection on June 21 after licensing. It is temporarily closed when food items are not kept at the proper temperatures, including beef and chicken tempura.

She had no priority violations during the reopening of inspection later that day and was allowed to reopen.

Restaurant officials said the problem had been resolved.

For complete KS health checks, visit http://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/food-safety-lodging/inspection-results

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Joyce Smith has covered restaurant and retail news for The Star since 1989 under the Cityscape brand. She appreciates news tips.

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