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


Byol Nan Restaurant

7118 Columbia Pike, Annandale

Closed Sept. 14 for unsanitary conditions because of remodeling/fire. Reopened Friday.

Comfort Inn Gunston Corner

8180 Silverbrook Rd., Lorton

Restaurant closed Sept. 14 for no certified food manager.

KSB Bagels of New York

2571 John Miller Dr., Herndon

Closed Sept. 8 for no certified food manager. Reopened Sept. 9.


6458 Edsall Rd., Alexandria

Food service closed Sept. 14 for no certified food manager. Reopened last Thursday.

Luciano's Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

2946-G Chain Bridge Rd., Oakton

Closed last Thursday for rodent/vermin infestation. Reopened the same day.

Rite Aid

940 S. George Mason Dr., Arlington

Food service closed Sept. 2 for violation of probation terms and no certified food manager.


5205 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church

Closed Sept. 9 for no hot water/no water. Reopened the same day.


6315 Springfield Mall, Springfield

Closed last Thursday for no certified food manager.

The District

Blimpie Sandwiches and Noble Roman's Pizza

3923 Minnesota Ave. NE

Closed Sept. 12 for no hot water, inadequate hand washing facilities, insufficient plumbing and improper operating methods. Reopened Sept. 13.


2819 M St. NW

Food service closed Sept. 8 for evidence of rodents and dirty floors and storage areas. Reopened Sept. 13.

Lucky's Carryout

1430 Pennsylvania Ave. SE

Closed Sept. 7 for evidence of rodent droppings and unclean freezer units and shelves.

Sahara Prince Cafe

1042 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Closed Sept. 12 for insufficient plumbing, inadequate refrigeration, unsuitable contact surfaces, improper temperatures, no hair restraints, no certified food manager, rodents, inadequate and unclean storage areas and improper operating methods.


Providence Grocery Store

5804 Riggs Rd., Hyattsville

Food service closed Sept. 13 for failure to comply with health department requirements. Reopened Sept. 14.

-- Compiled by TERENCE McARDLE