The inspection reports are public records. If there are violations, the inspector always returns for a follow up inspection to ensure that the violations are corrected. Establishments with repeated or serious violations are called for a hearing with the Board of Health.
Three critical violations were found during an inspection in August. All violations were fixed by the follow-up inspection.
- Stuffing was stored at too warm a temperature.
- Tuna salad was stored at too warm a temperature.
- Raw dough was stored at too warm a temperature.
An August inspection found two critical violations. Both were remedied for the follow-up inspection.
- Dough was crusted with dry food debris
- Pepperoni was stored at too warm a temperature
The Dunkin at 635 Mt. Auburn St. was inspected in August and one critical violation was found. It was fixed by the follow-up inspection.
- Egg patties and ham were kept at too low a temperature.
An inspection in August found no critical violations.
Two critical violations were found during an inspection in August. Both violations were fixed for the follow-up inspection.
- Mouse activity was found with droppings found on a shelf.
- The can opener blade was soiled.
Two violations were discovered during a September inspection. Both were remedied by the follow-up inspection.
- The hand sanitizer was not strong enough.
- Tomatoes were stored at too warm a temperature.
See results of previous restaurant inspections by clicking here.