The county inspector found German roaches at Claim Jumper, 3761 E. Broadway.

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Bird Modern Provisions

7109 N. Oracle Rd.

History: This was the restaurant’s second regularly scheduled inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector noted five priority violations, including several handwashing issues, handling ready-to-eat food with bare hands, a handwashing sink used for other purposes, several items stored without required date marking and menus without required food safety warnings.

Follow-up: The restaurant passed a Nov. 20 follow-up inspection.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Booth-Fickett Magnet School

450 S. Montego Dr.

History: Since the early 2000s, the school has earned inspection ratings of excellent almost exclusively. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector noted three priority violations, including an employee handling dirty dishes and then clean dishes without changing gloves or washing their hands, a dishwasher not reaching established temperatures and a reach-in cooler not keeping food below mandated temperatures.

Follow-up: The school failed a follow-up on Nov. 20 because the cooler issue had not been resolved. It passed the next follow-up on Nov. 30.

Response: A district representative did not respond to a request for comment by deadline.

Cheddars Casual Cafe

3455 E. Broadway

History: The restaurant has received mostly good ratings since 2014. In January 2016, it was issued a needs improvement score. It passed the follow-up inspection.

What the inspector saw: In addition to food storage temperature violations, inspectors found German roaches in the food preparation area. This violation had been observed several times previously, establishing a pattern of noncompliance and earning the restaurant a probationary rating.

Follow-Up: The restaurant passed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 13.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Chuy’s

1645 W. Valencia

History: These appear to have been the restaurant’s first regularly scheduled inspections, according to online health department records.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed just a few violations, but one — the lack of proper warning about raw and undercooked foods in the menu — was not resolved during the inspection, earning the restaurant a needs improvement rating.

Follow-up: The restaurant failed a Nov. 16 follow-up and another had not occurred as of Wednesday.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Circle K

1909 E. 36th St.

History: Since 2000, the restaurant has received scores of either good or excellent.

What the inspector saw: In addition to some food storage temperature violations, inspectors found rodent droppings in the back storage area. Inspectors also found that the walls and floor of the back area were in disrepair.

Follow-Up: The restaurant failed two follow-up inspections on Nov. 15 and 30. It passed a third inspection on Dec. 1.

Response: Brand manager Donna Humphrey said all the violations from the Nov. 30 inspection were addressed with employees and the facilities department. “Circle K takes immediate corrective action when receiving a failed inspection notice,” she wrote in an email.

Claim Jumper Restaurant

3761 E. Broadway

History: Other than a needs improvement rating in May 2017, the restaurant has received ratings of good or excellent since the mid-2000s. It passed the May follow-up.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed roaches in the break room, back prep area and dish washing area. Inspectors also found several issues with proper food storage, earning the restaurant a probationary rating for having six violations.

Follow-Up: The restaurant passed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 9.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

El Taco Tote

1340 N. Wilmot

History: Since 2004, El Taco Tote has consistently received ratings of good or excellent. It was issued provisional ratings in 2006 and April 2017. It passed both follow-ups.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found multiple issues with food storage and cleaning of food preparation utensil. In addition to having six violations, two of the violations were identified on previous inspections. The restaurant received a probationary rating.

Follow-Up: The restaurant passed a follow-up on Nov. 13.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Garrett’s Family Steakhouse

9431 E. 22nd St.

History: Since 2015, the restaurant has only received ratings of good and excellent.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found metal pans and a bowl with food debris still on them stored as clean. This violation was found during two prior inspections in 2016, marking a pattern of non-compliance. As a result, the restaurant was issued a probationary rating.

Follow-up: The restaurant passed its follow-up inspection on Nov. 13.

Response: Michael Rohwer, the owner’s father, said, “the problem has been corrected and we passed our re-inspection.”

Jamba Juice

4500 N. Oracle

History: Since 2004, the chain location has almost exclusively received inspection ratings of excellent. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed a single priority violation: a hand-washing sink unable to reach the minimum temperature of 100 degrees, an issue that was not resolved by the follow-up, earning the location a failed rating.

Follow-up: The juice chain location had not resolved the hand sink issue by a Nov. 29 follow-up, but passed on Dec. 1.

Response: Franchisee Lindsay Page said he had not been notified of the Nov. 17 inspection, but as soon as he heard there had been an issue, “I jumped right on it. The violations have been addressed.”

Las Margaritas

3602 E. Grant

History: Since the early 2000s, the restaurant has largely received inspection ratings of good and excellent. It has failed two previous inspections since 2016.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed two priority violations, well below the five normally required for a failing probationary rating. However, one of the violations — food in a walk-in cooler not being kept below established temperatures — had been observed in three recent inspections, constituting what the health department calls a “pattern of noncompliance.”

Follow-up: A follow-up inspection had not occurred as of Wednesday.

Response: Manager Michael Morse said the cooler was functioning properly, and shredded cheese was the only item that was above the required temperatures. He said 40 pounds of cheese, which was just a few degrees out of compliance, had to be thrown out. He expects to pass the follow-up inspection.

Los Jilbertos

7074 E. Golf Links Rd.

History: Since the early 2000s, the restaurant has largely received inspection ratings of good, but has had five needs improvement inspections.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed 13 priority violations, including raw eggs stored above prepared chicken, equipment with food debris stored as clean, coolers not keeping food at established temperatures and unlabeled cleaning products.

Follow-up: The restaurant passed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 20.

Response: Restaurant representative Eddy Sanchez said staff took immediate action to address the issues, which he said have been resolved.

Molcas Mexican Grill

Mobile Food Truck

History: Since 2015, the food truck has received inspection ratings of good and excellent. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector noted eight priority violations, including a hand sink without hot water, raw bacon stored above produce, a reach-in cooler not keeping foods below established temperatures and no test strips for measuring sanitizer.

Follow-up: Molcas passed a Nov. 29 follow-up inspection.

Response: Owner José Alfaro said that all the issues were resolved by the follow-up inspection.

Monterey Super Meat Market

4129 E. 29th St.

History: Since 2002, Monterey Super Meat Market has consistently received scores of good or excellent.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found issues with proper food storage, as well as dried meat and cilantro on the food preparation table and utensils. In addition, they found dried rodent droppings on the premises. For having more than five violations, the restaurant was issued a probationary rating.

Follow-Up: The market passed a follow-up on Nov. 3. However, it failed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 13 for failing to correct a violation from a previous inspection. It passed another follow-up inspection on Nov. 14.

Response: Owner Mahyeldin Kardof said he and his staff “took care of everything.”

Taco Giro Mexican Grill

610 N. Grande

History: Since 2012, the restaurant has received scores of good or excellent.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found several issues with proper food storage and witnessed staff handling ready-to-eat food with their bare hands. In addition, the menu did not include a warning about food cooked to order. The restaurant was issued a probationary rating for having five or more violations.

Follow-Up: It was not clear from online records whether a follow-up has occurred.

Response: A spokesperson was not available for comment.

Tucson Golden Corral

4380 E. 22nd St.

History: Since 2002, the restaurant has received ratings of good or excellent. In May, it was issued a needs improvement rating. It passed the subsequent follow-up inspection.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found dirty dishes stored as clean and parts of the facility in disrepair. The metal racks in the walk-in freezer had peeling rusted paint and the kitchen tile was missing a large portion of grout. In addition, the three-compartment sink was not properly draining.

Follow-Up: The restaurant failed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 13 for failing to complete all the necessary repairs. It passed another follow-up on Nov. 20.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen

1058 E. Tucson Marketplace Blvd.

History: The restaurant has only had one inspection prior to November. It passed.

What the inspector saw: Inspectors found multiple issues regarding food storage and safe food handling. Due to the number of violations, the restaurant was issued a probationary rating.

Follow-Up: It passed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 27.

Response: General Manager Mariana Villarreal said, “we’re making sure everything is being followed. We are a brand new restaurant, so we do have new employees, and we’re on top of them on a daily basis to make sure we don’t fail again.”

Subway

6320 E. Golf Links Rd.

History: Since 2006, the chain location has almost exclusively received inspection ratings of good and excellent. It failed another inspection in April.

What the inspectors saw: The inspector saw five priority violations, including inadequate washing of cookie tongs, insufficiently frequent cutting board washing, prepared foods kept below established temperatures and coolers not keeping food below established temperatures.

All were corrected the same day.

Follow-up: The Subway location passed a Nov. 20 follow-up inspection.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Viva Burrito Company

2060 W. River Road

History: Since 2009, the restaurant has largely received inspection ratings of good, but failed another inspection in 2011.

What the inspector saw: The inspector found eight priority violations, including improper segregation of foods in coolers, kitchen equipment stored as clean with debris, a cooler not keeping foods below established temperatures and food date marking issues.

Follow-up: The restaurant passed a Dec. 1 follow-up.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Waffle House

1380 W. Grant

History: Since the early 2000s, the restaurant has exclusively received inspection ratings of good and excellent. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector found nine violations, including insufficiently hot water at a handwashing sink, a hand sink used to store dirty dishes, a dishwasher water below established temperatures, kitchen equipment stored as clean with food debris, a cooler not keeping foods below established temperatures and no test strips for measuring sanitizer.

Follow-up: It appears the restaurant passed a follow-up inspection on Nov. 27, according to online records.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Wendy’s

5391 E. Speedway

History: Since the early 2000s, this Wendy’s location has exclusively received inspection ratings of good and excellent. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector observed two priority violations: a nonfunctional hand washing sink and a cooler not keeping foods below established temperatures. Neither was corrected the day of the inspection, resulting in a needs improvement rating.

Follow-up: The Wendy’s failed a Nov. 30 follow-up because the hand sink had not been repaired. An additional follow-up had not occurred as of Wednesday.

Response: The restaurant did not respond to a message seeking comment.

Yogurt Swirl

4500 N. Oracle

History: Since 2010, the frozen yogurt shop has received inspection ratings of good and excellent exclusively. This was its first failed inspection.

What the inspector saw: The inspector found just one violation: no test strips for sanitizing solution. The issue was not resolved the day of, earning Yogurt Swirl a needs improvement rating.

Follow-up: The shop failed its first follow-up on Nov. 29 before passing on Dec. 6.

Response: Yogurt Swirl’s Russuell Mercado said the shop had just run out of test strips before the first inspection, after which they put in an order and received them in time for the second follow-up.

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