The following food establishments were closed for health code violations. The list, compiled from health department reports, reflects actions taken by the health departments through the close of business Monday. Maryland and Virginia health departments do not provide information on fines issued.

Maryland No reported closings.

The District Eddie Leonard

3300 Georgia Ave. NW

Closed Jan. 9 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, improper temperatures of potentially hazardous foods, no certified food supervisor, uncovered and unprotected food on display and inadequate basic sanitation. Reopened Jan. 10.

Exotic Food

3228 11th St. NW

Closed Jan. 10 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, no certified food supervisor, uncovered and unprotected food on display and inadequate basic sanitation.

House of Kabob

1829 H St. NW

Closed Jan. 10 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, improper temperatures of potentially hazardous foods, no certified food supervisor, uncovered and unprotected food on display and inadequate basic sanitation.

Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History Cafeteria

1200 Constitution Ave. NW

Closed Jan. 9 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, inadequate basic sanitation and evidence of rodents. Fined $1,000. Reopened Jan. 11.

Virginia Auntie Anne's Pretzels

6317 Springfield Mall, Springfield

Closed Jan. 7 for no hot water.

Chicken House

6007 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church

Closed Jan. 7 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.

Kagun Gourmet

6500 Springfield Mall, Springfield

Closed Jan. 6 for roaches and no certified food manager. Reopened Jan. 7.

Peter Pan Buffet

9522 Arlington Blvd., Fairfax

Closed Jan. 13 because of roach infestation and no hot water.

Pizza Xpress

6784 Springfield Mall, Springfield

Closed Jan. 9 for operating without a permit.

-- Compiled by Bruce C.T. Wright