A health inspector found some high-priority violations during a visit Tuesday to Redsauce restaurant in The Villages.
A server at the popular Lake Sumter Landing restaurant handled soiled dishes and then picked up plated food and served food without washing her hands, according to a report on file with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
A second high-priority violation involved food temperature. Butter was found to be at 60 degrees, greater than the required 41 degrees.
A third high-priority violation was discovered when the inspector found that the restaurant had an expired Division of Hotels and Restaurants license. The operator printed out a new copy of the license.
An intermediate violation was found at the outside bar at Redsauce. The handwash sink was not accessible for employee use due to a sanitizer bucket being stored in the sink, the report said.
The final violation found during the inspection was a buildup found on the interior of an ice bin.