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

La Petite Cafe

5555 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda

Closed Feb. 12 for no hot water. Reopened the same day.

Pizza Boli's

6338 Marlboro Pike, Forestville

Closed Feb. 14 for no hot water. Reopened the same day.

The Snack Bar

6495 New Hampshire Ave., Hyattsville

Closed Feb. 20 for operating without a health department permit.

Yum's III Carryout

5225 Indian Head Hwy., Oxon Hill

Closed Feb. 21 for operating without a health department permit. Reopened the same day.

The District

Jefferson Market

5407 Georgia Ave. NW

Closed Feb. 10 for plumbing fixtures in poor repair, inadequate basic sanitation and improper storage of food products. Reopened Feb. 14.

Virginia

Cho Lon

6795-12 Wilson Blvd., Falls Church

Closed Feb. 21 for no hot water. Reopened the same day.

El Pollo Rey Grill

3610 Columbia Pike, Arlington

Closed Feb. 11 because of a fire.

Pollo Ranchera Tex-Mex

6324 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria

Closed Feb. 14 for unsanitary conditions. Reopened Feb. 16.

Salute Cafe

205 Van Buren St., Herndon

Closed Feb. 14 for no certified food manager.

Vocelli Pizza

7393 Lee Hwy., Fairfax

Closed Feb. 10 for operating without a permit.

-- Compiled by

Bruce C.T. Wright