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Pizza, Wing Businesses Prepare For Super Busy Day

February 3, 2013

Most people may call today ‘‘Super Bowl Sunday,’’ but local pizza-and-wing businesses may title it, ‘‘Super Busy Sunday.’’ Bair’s Pizza, 34 W. Main St....

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Feb-03-13 2:46 AM

Fun article.

I used to work at Denny's, where Mother's Day was humorously known as Mother *beep* Day because of the high volume of customers.

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Feb-03-13 6:51 AM

As for the photo in the article...isn't it in the health code for food handlers to wear a hat or hair net and gloves? Gross!

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Feb-03-13 7:22 AM

As long as we're on healthy issues...I have seen pizza "cooks" building a pizza then run the cash register, then go back to handling food - no head covering or gloves! I don't go there anymore.

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Feb-03-13 7:36 AM

Perfect Pizza on Fairmount wears protective gloves and has the best wings with pizza, not mentioned here nor Leana's on second street.

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Feb-03-13 8:46 AM

You pay the city $100 (10 years ago) and they give you a license for a kitchen. No rules - no regulations. During an inspection I asked how I was supposed to know about an infraction and was told "right now - during the inspection." Happy eating in Jamestown everyone.

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Feb-03-13 2:04 PM

Perfect Pizza is the best, hands down. Nice people, good food, and good prices.

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Feb-03-13 2:56 PM

According to nystate health code if it going in oven u do not need gloves

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Feb-03-13 9:38 PM

Actually, Sunshine4 is right. I checked the NY State Dept of Health's website to find out about handling food without gloves. It says:

"State law does not require gloves to be worn, but does require that ready-to-eat food be prepared and served without bare hand contact." And: "You can either heat the food thoroughly to the temperature required for cooking or reheating, or discard the food, if it was touched with bare hands."

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Feb-04-13 5:51 AM

So oven = no gloves in NYS. What about head coverings????

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Feb-04-13 6:55 AM

Everyone knows that things go on "behind the scenes" at any restaurant that would turn anyone's stomach and that's the risk you take in eating out, BUT why would you publish your gross ways in a newspaper? That is disgusting and I won't be ordering from Bairs again!!!

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Feb-04-13 10:26 AM

get a life people. i've eaten at bairs and had great service and great food. also, the pizza is COOKED .. not raw. this picture doesn't stop me from continuing my service there. if you're so concerned about this picture, try going into other restaurants and seeing how they prepare and serve your food.. i think you'll be surprised they're all just like this. :)

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