The Beef Grill restaurant, which touts itself as a Brazilian steakhouse, recently dropped another level during a routine food safety examination.
For a required follow-up inspection, it rebounded from a 70 (C) to a 95 (A). On both visits, the inspector cited the eatery at 8599 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs for not having a certified food safety manager (CFSM), according to the reports.
Fulton County’s deputy director of Environmental Health Services said establishments have a 90-day timeframe to rectify the issue.
Kevin Jones said the allotment for employing another certified food safety manager begins “from the date of initial permit issuance, change of ownership permit issuance, or termination of employment of its CFSM.”
During its February inspection, when it received an 83 (B), Beef Grill had a certified food safety manager. The restaurant manager didn’t take time to discuss the inspection reports, its plan for getting a certified food safety manager in the required time or its reason for not having one on staff.
Other infractions on the routine exam include uncovered food in the storage area, non-sanitized food-contact surfaces and utensils, improper date-marking of foods, absence of hair restraints and soil residue in storage containers.
Beef Grill was advised to clear residue build-up on vents and nonfood contact surfaces of the walk-in cooler, according to the follow-up report.
Here are other recent inspection scores from restaurants across the area.
— by Lisa Gibson for the Food & More blog
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