D.C., Maryland and Virginia health code violations

These food establishments were closed because of health code violations. The list, compiled from health department reports, reflects actions taken by the departments.

THE DISTRICT

B &J Carryout

238 Rhode Island Ave. NW

Closed Jan. 15 for operating without hot water, gross unsanitary conditions, including vermin, and circumstances that could endanger public health. Reopened Jan. 22.

El Rincon Español

1826 Columbia Rd. NW

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and operating without a certified food manager. Reopened Jan. 22.

King BBQ

50 Massachusetts Ave. NE

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and gross unsanitary conditions, including vermin. Reopened Jan. 18.

LP Mart/Kitchen No. 1

4665 S. Capitol St. SE

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened Jan. 22.

La Molienda Restaurant

3568 14th St. NW

Closed Jan. 14 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened Jan. 16.

Murry’s Steaks

610 H St. NE

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened Jan. 18.

Thunder Grill

50 Massachusetts Ave. NE

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, operating without hot water, and circumstances that could endanger public health. Reopened Jan. 18.

Vittorio’s Pizza

50 Massachusetts Ave. NE

Closed Jan. 16 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, gross unsanitary conditions, including vermin, and circumstances that could endanger public health. Reopened Jan. 20.

Young Chow

312 Pennsylvania Ave. SE

Closed Monday because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests.

MARYLAND

D and S General Store

3507 Enterprise Rd., Mitchellville

Food service closed Friday for operating without water.

VIRGINIA

No new closings were reported.

— Compiled by Terence McArdle

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