A health inspection at the Chesterfield, Va., club noted five violations, prompting the club to completely remodel its snack bar kitchen, including adding new equipment, which will re-open soon. “If we know something doesn’t work properly, we correct that right away,” Club Manager Armando Pinto said. All violations have since been corrected.
The Country Club at The Highlands in Chesterfield, Va., remodeled its snack bar kitchen after five violations were reported in a health inspection, the Richmond (Va.) WWBT-TV NBC 12 reported.
The inspection noted that boxed coffee products were on the floor, and prime rib and other foods in a cooler weren’t being kept cold enough, WWBT reported.
Club Manager Armando Pinto and the chef showed WWBT that the violations were corrected on the spot, and said the cooler was just a couple of degrees too warm because it had been frequently opened and closed, WWBT reported.
“If we know something doesn’t work properly, we correct that right away,” Pinto said. “We’re very responsive with our members.”
The club’s completely remodeled snack bar kitchen will re-open soon, WWBT reported.
“We’re bringing new equipment into the kitchen,” Pinto said. “A couple new pieces of equipment. This way we can enlarge our menu for the members.”
The inspector noted all violations were corrected by the club’s follow-up inspection, WWBT reported.