These food establishments were closed because of health code violations. The list, compiled from health department reports, reflects actions taken by the departments.

THE DISTRICT

A Deli

1300 Second St. NE

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

Al’s Pizza

1382 East Capitol St. NE

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for operating without hot water. Reopened the next day.

Heritage India

1901 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Closed April 3 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

Mehak Indian Restaurant

817 Seventh St. NW

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and because of circumstances that might endanger public health. Reopened Friday.

J & P Cafeteria

1301 Fourth St. NE

Closed April 2 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for gross unsanitary conditions. Reopened April 9.

Leo Dekelbaum & Sons

417 Morse St. NE

Closed April 2 because of a sewage backup and for operating without hot water.

McDonald’s

75 New York Ave. NE

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests, and for operating without hot water.

Popeye’s

601 Malcolm X Ave. SE

Closed April 8 for operating without hot water. Reopened the next day.

Potbelly

1275 First St. NE

Closed April 8 because of a failure to minimize insects, rodents and other pests. Reopened the next day.

MARYLAND

No new closings were reported.

VIRGINIA

Saffron Grill

1025-A Seneca Rd., Great Falls

Closed April 9 for operating without a certified food manager. Reopened that day.

— Compiled by Terence McArdle