WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- In today's Restaurant Alert, a neighborhood supermarket, an Irish bar and a carryout, all temporarily shut down for health code violations.
Health inspectors temporarily closed: Brookville Supermarket, 3427 Connecticut Avenue, NW; The Harp & Fiddle, 4844 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda, Md.; and, Good Danny Restaurant, 4408 St. Barnabas Road, Temple Hills, Md.
They all passed re-inspection and are back in business.
Click here to see our updated list showing hundreds of area closures: http://www.wusa9.com/story/news/local/2014/03/20/restaurant-inspection-washington-dc/6660161/
Brookville Supermarket, see report: http://restaurantalert.wusa9.com/mobile/washington/restaurant/3719
Click on the link above and it takes you to Brookville Supermarket's June 18th report citing six closure violations including "rodent activity still inside the grocery store."
In a statement, Brookville's management says, "It's the first time this has happened.
"It was an extremely isolated incident and we took care of it right away."
The Harp & Fiddle, see report: http://restaurantalert.wusa9.com/mobile/montgomery/restaurant/1367
Before heading out for a bite in Bethesda, click on the link above and check out the June 18th closure violations at The Harp and Fiddle on Cordell Avenue. The app shows it "out of compliance for hot and cold running water" and "rodents and insects."
Prince George's County hasn't gone digital yet so WUSA9 tracked down paperwork on a recent closure at Good Danny's Restaurant on St. Barnabas Road in Temple Hills. Inspectors reported "rodent droppings observed in several places....files..." and "refrigerators not maintaining 41 degrees…observed at 49 and 52."
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