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Hamilton County Public Health Announces Second Quarter 2019 Clean Kitchen Award Winning Facilities

July 09, 2019

Hamilton County, OH……  When heading out to eat, we often look up menus, reviews and recommendations before choosing a place.  Perhaps we should include the establishment’s food safety practices as additional criteria for choosing dining spots.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports one in six Americans – or 48 million people – become sick with foodborne disease every year,” according to Hamilton County Health Commissioner Tim Ingram. “Foodborne illness hospitalizes 128,000 and kills 3,000 each year.  Most of what we see in terms of foodborne illness is preventable.”

“Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) instituted the Clean Kitchen Award to recognize those operators who are making great efforts to protect their patrons,” Ingram says.  “The award is not easy to receive. When you see one on display, it points to an operator that takes the responsibility very seriously.  If you don’t see the award when you are out to dine, ask the operator why.”

The requirements for receiving a Clean Kitchen Award are stringent.  To be considered, facilities must:

  • Have three or fewer violations in the previous two years prior to applying;
  • Have no “critical” or repeat violations in the previous two years;
  • Maintain at least two staff members with Level I Food Handler certification or at least one staff member with a current ServSafe certificate;
  • Submit applications along with corresponding documentation;
  • Have a minimum of two years of inspection data on file with Hamilton County Public Health.

Following is the list of winning operators for the second quarter of 2019:

Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Beth O’Leary Catering 3438 Church St Newtown 6
Wingstop #0833 9336 Colerain Ave Colerain Twp. 1
Aglamesis Brothers 9899 Montgomery Rd Montgomery 2
Dream Dinners – Anderson 7466 Beechmont Ave #413 Anderson Twp. 7
The Li’l Goodie Shoppe 7120 Eagle Creek Rd Colerain 1
Lake Isabella Boathouse 10174 Loveland Madeira Rd Loveland 1
Mill Race Golf Course 1515 W. Sharon Rd Springfield Twp 8
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Wyoming – Elm Elementary 134 Elm Ave Wyoming 5
St James School 6111 Cheviot Rd Green Twp. 8
EH Greene Cafeteria 5200 Aldine Dr Blue Ash 4
Blue Ash Elementary 9541 Plainfield Rd Blue Ash 6
Our Lady of Grace Catholic School 2940 W. Galbraith Rd Colerain Twp. 4
Treehouse Childcare 5910 Colerain Ave Green Twp. 2
F&HCIC Millenium Building 5289 Vine St St. Bernard 1
Next Generation Childcare 2780 Banning Rd Colerain Twp. 2
Pleasant Run Middle School 11770 Pippin Rd Colerain Twp. 5
St. Clement 4534 Vine St St. Bernard 5
John Foster Dulles 6481 Bridgetown Rd Green Twp. 2
Diamond Oaks – Cafeteria 6375 Harrison Ave Green Twp. 7
St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School 4615 Tower Ave St. Bernard 6
Elmwood Elementary School 400 Maple Elmwood Place 5
St. Bernard Elementary 4515 Tower Ave St. Bernard 5
Hilltop Elementary 2236 Bolser Reading 6
Wyoming High School 106 Pendery Ave Wyoming 5
Wyoming Middle School 17 Wyoming Ave Wyoming 5
Vermont Primary School 33 Vermont Ave. Wyoming 3
Diamond Oaks Culinary Kitchen 6376 Harrison Ave Green Twp. 2
Tender Care Child Development Center 9923 Springfield Pike Woodlawn 1
Lincoln Heights Elementary 1113 Adams St Lincoln Heights 5
Karing 4 Kids Learning Center 9495 Coogan Ave Colerain Twp. 2
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Mount Washington Care Center 6900 Beechmont Ave Anderson Twp. 9
Mt St Joseph Mother House – Nutrition 5900 Delhi Rd Delhi Twp. 1

*The Clean Kitchen Award reflects inspection data from the previous two years and is not necessarily indicative of current condition.


Hamilton County Public Health works to assure the 480,000 citizens living outside the cities of Cincinnati, Norwood and Springdale are safe from disease, injury and contamination.


Contact: Mike Samet Public Information Officer

Phone: 513-946-7873


Posted by: Christy Cauley