The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle

food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.

The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are

listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at (812) 273-1942.

Boneyard Bar & Grill: One critical (open gallon of milk found in walk-in cooler without an open date listed on the product), and two non-critical.

Frisch’s Restaurant: Complaint: Customer states that waitresses are cleaning tables and handling dirty napkins then walking straight to the kitchen to butter toast which they are handling without gloves on. During the visit, the manager was asked to make sure that all staff are aware of proper hand washing procedures.

Hong Kong Kitchen: One critical (raw shrimp found stored above produce in the walk in cooler), two non-critical.

MCS-High School: No violations.

Rally’s Hamburgers: Complaint: Customer states that employees were making his food without gloves on, he made a comment about it so they remade all of his food items. However, after leaving, he realised that the employee had contaminated the pans of toppings (lettuce and pickles) but did not discard them before remaking his sandwich. When speaking with the manager, proper procedures were discussed and the manager was asked to make sure her employees were aware of proper procedures as well.

The Bohemian Bean LLC: No violations.