Inspection Reports

 Inspections conducted beginning January 1, 2013 can be found on this site. If you are unable to find inspection history for a particular facility it is possible that the facility has been recently licensed, has not received the first inspection during 2013 or they are licensed under a different business name.  New facilities will be inspected in the first month of operation. If you are unable to find information that you are seeking the report is available upon request. 

If deficiencies are observed during these routine inspections, they are described in an inspection report with reference to a relevant section of the Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code. Such deficiencies are typically classified as either critical, posing a direct or immediate threat to the safety of the food being served, or non-critical, representing a failure of cleaning or maintenance. 

We ask that you keep in mind that any inspection report is a “snapshot” of the day and time of the inspection. On any other day, an establishment could have fewer or more violations than noted on the day of the report.

An inspection report may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions within an establishment. It is also important to note that a violation at an operation which is part of a restaurant chain indicates a problem only at that particular location. In our experience, it is unrealistic to expect that a complex, full service food operation can routinely be violation free.

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