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.
The District Chopstick Chinese Restaurant
719 H St. NW
Closed Jan. 21 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, inadequate basic sanitation, no certified food supervisor and uncovered and unprotected food on display. Reopened Jan. 22.
El Progresso Market
3158 Mount Pleasant Ave. NW
Closed Jan. 16 for no certified food supervisor, uncovered and unprotected food on display, inadequate basic sanitation and no hot water. Reopened Jan. 17.
501 H St. NW
Closed Jan. 17 for unclean food contact surfaces and equipment, improper temperatures of potentially hazardous foods, plumbing fixtures in poor repair, uncovered and unprotected food on display and inadequate basic sanitation. Reopened Jan. 21.
Maryland Burger King
11160 Viers Mill Rd., Wheaton
Closed Jan. 21 for sewage backup. Reopened Jan. 22.
21 C St., Laurel
Closed Jan. 23 for rodent infestation. Reopened the same day.
Hyattstown Deli & Restaurant
25901 Frederick Rd., Clarksburg
Closed Jan. 17 because of fire. Reopened Jan. 20.
9207 Westphalia Rd., Upper Marlboro
Closed Jan. 24 for inoperable sewage holding tank.
Virginia Chen's Kitchen
301 Spring St., Herndon
Closed Jan. 16 for operating without a permit.
6100 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria
Kitchen closed Jan. 23 for no hot water. Reopened Jan. 24.
Edoya Japanese Steakhouse
150 Elden St., Herndon
Closed Jan. 21 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day. Closed Jan. 27 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.
6769 Wilson Blvd., Falls Church
Closed Jan. 20 for no hot water. Reopened.
-- Compiled by Bruce C.T. Wright