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.
Thursday, November 18, 2010; 10:05 PM

the district

Caribou Coffee 1701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Closed Friday for operating without a license.

Fino Restaurant 3011 M St. NWClosed Nov. 8 for operating without a license and operating without a certified food manager on duty and failure to minimize vermin. Reopened Nov. 9.

Lincoln Market-Deli 1923 Lincoln Rd. NEClosed Nov. 5 for operating without a license, operating without a certified food manager and failure to answer food-handling questions correctly.

Lowest Price Gas 3710 Minnesota Ave. NEFood service closed Nov. 4 for circumstances that might endanger public health and for operating without a license.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop 1900 L St. NW Closed Friday for operating without a license. Reopened Saturday.

maryland

Beltsville International Food Wholesale 10207 Southard Dr., BeltsvilleClosed Nov. 2 for a rodent infestation and failure to comply with health department requirements. Reopened Nov. 8.

Expo E-mart 1101 University Blvd., Takoma Park Closed Nov. 10 for operating without hot water.

Plaza 23 Event Center 4331 St. Barnabas Rd., Temple HillsClosed Nov. 5 for operating without a license.

virginia

China Cafe 8740 Richmond Highway, AlexandriaClosed Nov. 8 for operating without a license and unsanitary conditions. Reopened that day.

- Compiled by Terence McArdle


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