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


No closings.

The District

George's Carryout

2215 14th St. NW

Closed Sept. 28 for inadequate hand washing facilities, unsuitable contact surfaces, rodents, inadequate and unclean storage areas and improper operating methods. Reopened Sept. 29.


5948 Georgia Ave. NW

Closed Oct. 4 because of fire. Reopened Oct. 5.

Northeast Liquor

1300 Fifth St. NE

Food service closed Sept. 28 for insufficient hot water at hand sink and unclean shelves. Reopened the same day.

Pizza Movers and Calzones

1618 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Closed Sept. 29 for improper food temperatures, inadequate hand washing facilities, unclean floors, inadequate lighting and unclean food contact surfaces. Reopened Sept. 30.


China Star Restaurant

9600 Main St., Fairfax

Closed last Thursday for a discharged sprinkler.

Fortune of Reston

1428 North Pointe Village Center, Reston

Closed Oct. 3 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.

Fast Eddie's

7255 Commerce St., Springfield

Closed last Thursday for no certified food manager. Reopened Friday.


2148 Crystal Plaza Arcade, Arlington

Closed Sept. 29; license revoked for noncompliance.

Pizza Hut

7013 Manchester Blvd., Alexandria

Closed Oct. 3 for no certified food manager. Reopened the same day.

Tycon Courthouse Lobby Shop

2070 Chain Bridge Rd., Vienna

Closed Sept. 28 for operating without a permit. Reopened Oct. 3.

Village Chicken

6230 Rolling Rd., Springfield

Closed last Thursday for rodent infestation and no refrigeration. Reopened Friday.

-- Compiled by TERENCE McARDLE