Thirteen Seattle-area restaurants remain closed for public health violation
The Harbor City restaurant at 707 S King St. in Seattle was closed by a public health food inspector on October 14, 2021, due to the following food safety violations:
- Parasitic infection
- Wastewater discharge
- Excessive critical violations (95 red critical points)
The facility will be reopened once the inspector confirms that these issues have been resolved.
Seattle-King County Public Health lists reasons for a facility closure that may be due to food code violations, non-compliance with the authorization process, a COVID-19 outbreak, or policy violations COVID-19 Safe Start.
Depending on the type of closure, additional information may include the date the facility was closed, whether the facility reopened, the date it reopened, a link to the inspector’s report, and additional notes.
Information for restaurants closed by the health service will remain online for a minimum of seven days after the establishment reopens.
Thirteen restaurants closed by public health this year remain closed. In addition to the most recent Harbor City Restaurant closure, all five Alki Beach locations have closed. July 24 by public health for lack of valid permits remain closed.
These five are Ivonne Pineda’s booth at Alki Beach; Nieves De Garrafa at Alki beach; Marco Morales stands at Alki Beach; Chopped N at an angle to Alki beach. and Botanas Locas at Alki Beach. All five were ordered to cease their activities at the same time.
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