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Thursday, July 8, 2010

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

Lucky Carryout

1001 U St. NW

Closed June 28 for operating without a manager on duty and circumstances that might endanger public health. Reopened the next day.

Pizza Hut

1769 Columbia Rd. NW

Closed June 28 for operating without a license. Reopened June 29.

Dickey's Frozen Custard

1710 I St. NW

Closed Thursday for operating without a manager on duty and circumstances that might endanger public health. Reopened Monday.

Maryland

Empire Cafe and Market

22301 Georgia Ave., Brookville

Closed Friday because of an imminent public health hazard.

Virginia

Target

6600 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria

Food service closed July 2 because of a sewage backup. Reopened that day.

-- Compiled by Terence McArdle


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