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

A Deli

1300 Second St. NE

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

Al’s Pizza

1382 East Capitol St. NE

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for operating without hot water. Reopened the next day.

Heritage India

1901 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

Mehak Indian Restaurant

817 Seventh St. NW

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and because of circumstances that might endanger public health. Reopened Friday.

J & P Cafeteria

1301 Fourth St. NE

Closed April 2 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for gross unsanitary conditions. Reopened April 9.

Leo Dekelbaum & Sons

417 Morse St. NE

Closed April 2 because of a sewage backup and for operating without hot water.

McDonald’s

75 New York Ave. NE

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for operating without hot water.

Popeye’s

601 Malcolm X Ave. SE

Closed April 8 for operating without hot water. Reopened the next day.

Potbelly

1275 First St. NE

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

MARYLAND

No new closings were reported.

VIRGINIA

Saffron Grill

1025-A Seneca Rd., Great Falls

Closed April 9 for operating without a certified food manager. Reopened that day.

— Compiled by Terence McArdle

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