Popeyes, at 61st and Ames, ran into some problems with their signature dish: chicken.
On September 30, Douglas County health inspectors noted the walk-in cooler had an air temperature of 46 to 47 degrees. The cooler should maintain a temperature of 41 degrees. Inspectors noted the chicken had a temperature of 49 degrees and had to be thrown away.
Inspectors also noted chicken that had been sitting in the cooler for ten days; seven is the maximum allowed.
When asked by WOWT 6 News, Popeyes declined to comment; however, when inspectors returned a week later, they noted only one violation and that the temperature problem had been fixed.
Restaurant Report Card issued December 26, 2013