• Documentation of completed training must be submitted to the City of Middletown Health Department
• At least one manager must obtain managers certification in food protection.
• Documentation of competed training must be submitted to the City of Middletown Health Department.
• The entire facility’s floors, walls, ceiling and equipment must be cleaned.
• The new Alto-Shaam, a commercial oven that cooks food quickly and keeps it hot, must be in place.
• The facility must provide and maintain a cleaning schedule/log and submit it to the health department for approval.
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The 621-unit Steak ‘n Shake chain operates 12 restaurants in Butler, Warren, Hamilton and Clermont counties. Ten of them were temporarily closed in late March while locations in Hamilton and West Chester were closed in late January.
The Indianapolis-based chain also operates nine restaurants in the Dayton-Springfield area.