These food establishments were closed for health code violations. The list, compiled from health department reports, reflects actions taken by the health departments through Monday. View Virginia restaurant inspection reports at www.healthspace.ca/vdh.

The District

Georgetown Bagelry

3245 M St. NW

Closed June 7 for inadequate hand washing facilities, unsuitable food and nonfood contact surfaces and equipment, inappropriate hygiene practices, and rodents. Reopened June 8.

Goins Carry Out

3936 Georgia Ave. NW

Closed last Thursday for inadequate refrigeration, unsuitable food and nonfood contact surfaces and equipment, hazardous temperatures, rodents and improper operating methods.

Granja de Oro

1832 Columbia Rd. NW

Closed June 8 for unsuitable food contact surfaces and equipment and inadequate refrigeration. Reopened last Thursday.

King Texaco/Chevron

3011 Martin Luther King Ave. SE

Food services closed June 1 for repairs, improper ventilation, no lid on waste container or paper towels in bathroom, unsuitable nonfood contact surfaces, and inadequate and unclean storage areas.

La Lomita Dos

5507 Connecticut Ave. NW

Closed Thursday for inadequate hand washing facilities, insufficient plumbing, inadequate refrigeration, unsuitable food contact surfaces and equipment, inappropriate hygiene practices, improper operating methods and inadequate and unclean storage areas. Reopened Saturday.

Perfect Pita

1015 20th St. NW

Closed June 6 for inadequate hot water supply and unsuitable food contact surfaces and equipment. Reopened June 7.

Pizza Hut

7435 Georgia Ave. NW

Closed Thursday for insufficient plumbing, unsuitable food and nonfood contact surfaces and equipment, hazardous temperatures and unclean storage areas. Reopened Friday.

Prince of Georgetown

3205 Prospect St. NW

Closed May 18 for no hand sink, poor ventilation and employees employing poor personal hygiene practices while preparing food. Reopened June 8.

Rajaji Inc.

2603 Connecticut Ave. NW

Closed May 23 because of a fire.

Sahara Prince of the Harbor

1042 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Closed June 7 for inadequate hand washing facilities, unsuitable food and nonfood contact surfaces and equipment, contaminated food products and ingredients, no certified food manager, rodents and improper operating methods. Reopened June 8.

Tacos Pepitos Bakery

1762 Columbia Rd. NW

Closed Saturday because of a fire and faulty electrical fixtures.

Yen Ching Palace

3524 Connecticut Ave. NW

Closed June 8 for inadequate hand washing facilities, insufficient plumbing, inadequate refrigeration, unsuitable food and nonfood contact surfaces and equipment, hazardous temperatures, rodents and improper operating methods. Reopened last Thursday.

Maryland

Prince Cafe

8145-A Baltimore Ave., College Park

Closed June 1 for no hot water.

Virginia

Amoo's House of Kabob

6271 Old Dominion Dr., McLean

Closed Monday for operating without a permit. Reopened the same day.

Canton Gourmet

2911 Columbia Pike, Arlington

Closed May 25 for gross unsanitary conditions and poor hygiene practices.

Dairy Queen

5230 Port Royal Rd., Springfield

Closed June 6 for no water. Reopened the same day.

Lebanese Village

549 S. 23rd St., Arlington

Closed May 26 for gross unsanitary conditions and mouse infestation.

Maple House Chinese

13924 Lee Hwy., Centreville

Closed Monday for lacking means to sanitize.

-- Compiled by TERENCE McARDLE