The following information was provided by Appalachian Health Care. Restaurants and food stands are inspected one to four times per year, based on risk frequency, and institutional food service facilities are inspected four times per year.
Havana Cafe, located at 109 Backstreet in West Jefferson, received an “A” grade and a final score of 94. The restaurant received a one-and-a-half point demerit for food separation and protection, a one-and-a-half point demerit for unclean food-contact surfaces, a one-and-a-half point demerit for improper cold holding temperatures, a half-point demerit for improper use and storage of wiping cloths and a one-point demerit for improper back flow devices in the plumbing system. Havana Cafe received a 95 and a 96.5 in its previous two inspections.
Millers Country Store, located at 14226 Highway 194 North in Lansing, received an “A” grade and a final score of 90.50. The restaurant received a two-point demerit for improper certification demonstration by an accredited program and person in charge, a three-point demerit for food separation and protection, a one-and-a-half point demerit for improper cold holding temperatures, one-point demerit for toxic substances being improperly identified, stored and used, a half-point demerit for improper garbage and refuse disposal and maintenance of facilities, a one-point demerit for physical facilities being installed, maintained and cleaned and a half-point demerit for not meeting ventilation and lighting requirements in designated areas. In its past two inspections, Millers Country Store received a 90 and a 84.50.