Deschutes County restaurant inspections

Highest scoring

Dutch Bros Coffee (NE U.S. Highway 97): 100

The Breakfast Club: 100

On Tap: 100

Wildroots Coffeehouse: 100

Dudley’s Bookshop Cafe: 100

Panda Express #1988: 100

Rock Springs Ranch: 100

Bleu Bite Catering: 100

McDonald’s (Sisters): 100

La Pine DQ Grill and Chill: 100

Reed Pub Company: 100

The Belfry: 100

Tetherow Event Pavilion: 100

KFC (Bend): 100

Bistro 28: 100

Long Hollow Guest Ranch: 100

Eagle Crest Resort Course Golf Club: 100

Wickiup Station Sports Pub: 100

Starbucks #8771 (East Bend): 100

Sun Java: 100

The Salvation Army: 100

Lowest scoring

The Hideaway Tavern: 77 — Package of prosciutto in bus tub with thawed raw chicken breast in walk-in. Containers of items thawed containing mixed raw and cooked items. Pizza line holding foods at approximately 43-45 degrees and garlic in oil mixture at room temperature. Items pulled from frozen not redated upon pulling. No chlorine registering on dish machine, sanitizer bucket empty. Many open containers without lids noted in kitchen. Food stored on floor of walk-in. Mixer with buildup of food debris. Food debris around edges of line coolers. Employee purse stored in food prep area.

Applebee’s (Bend): 82 — Box of raw bacon is open on cookline prep refrigerator cutting board; dripping plastic covering is overhanging salad drawers when opened. Fish and steak in refrigerated drawers on cookline at 44 degrees. Walk-in beef brisket (near door) at 44-45 degrees, remainder of walk-in 42-43 degrees. No chlorine sanitizer at kitchen dish machine, and it is not generating high enough temperature in final rinse to qualify for high temp machine. No paper towels available at back kitchen hand sink.

Olive Garden Italian Restaurant #1829: 82 — Bartender has Band-Aid on thumb, unable to wash hands. Server-used cheese graters, with Romano cheese, are left out all day at room temperature, cheese presumed to be potentially hazardous and could not be demonstrated otherwise, graters are to be washed, rinsed and sanitized every four hours. Reach-in cooler holding sliced tomatoes and lettuce at 46-50 degrees. Empty Gatorade bottle on cookline.

Brothers Stage Stop Cafe: 84 — Employee handling raw meats and then did not wash hands prior to touching other things. Whipped butter spread at room temperature and had been out for approximately two hours. Eggs served cooked to order not marked on menu with consumer advisory. Observed cat walk through facility during inspection. Kitchen ceiling sagging and peeling.

Palate: A Coffee Bar: 84 — Dish machine is not dispensing any sanitizer, chlorine. Employees sampling espresso while working. Large cream cheese container was not date marked upon opening.

Health inspections were conducted by the Deschutes County Public Health Department and reflect violations observed at the time of inspection. The violations can range from general sanitation and maintenance to violations that have a direct connection to preventing foodborne illness to violations in procedures by maintenance that control the risk of foodborne illness, such as documentation, labeling, personnel training and equipment.