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.
613 K St. NW
Closed Oct. 19 for not having a certified food manager, operating without a permit and because of a rodent infestation. Reopened Nov. 8.
2100 18th St. NW
Food service closed Nov. 8 for operating without a valid license.
Happy Valley Produce
1240 W St. NE
Closed Nov. 9 for heavy vermin infestation, improper hygiene practices and food contamination. Reopened Nov. 11.
Pam's Caribbean Carry Out
107 Kennedy St. NW
Closed Nov. 1 for not having a certified food manager and operating without a valid license.
3205 Mount Pleasant St. NW
Closed Nov. 10 for heavy vermin infestation, improper hand-washing practices and unprotected food contact surfaces. Reopened the same day.
Sahara Prince Cafe
1042 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Closed Sept. 9 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. Reopened Nov. 7.
House of Fortune
13220 Wisteria Dr., Germantown
Closed Nov. 8 for operating without hot water. Reopened Nov. 9.
Jerry's Subs and Pizzas
8811 Hampton Mall Dr. N., Capitol Heights
Closed Monday for not having running water.
20510 Frederick Rd., Germantown
Closed Nov. 2 for operating without hot water. Reopened Nov. 3.
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