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January restaurant closures

February 15, 2004

The Orange County Health Care Agency can shut down food facilities for as long as the owners fail to correct conditions that pose a danger to public health. Here are the restaurants closed in January:

Source: Orange County Environmental Health Division

*--* Name/Address Date closed- reopened Reason for closure Thuan An Restaurant 1/2-1/4 Rodent infestation 9066 Bolsa Ave., Westminster Da Lat Bistro 1/5-1/7 Sewage overflow; plumbing in disrepair 16525 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley Adeli 1/8- No health permit has been issued for this facility 8594 Warner Ave., Fountain Valley McDonald's 1/9-1/9 Sewage overflow; Plumbing in 27470 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Niguel disrepair; employee restrooms not available WalMart 1/9-1/9 Sewage overflow; Plumbing in 27470 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Niguel disrepair; employee restrooms not available Super Nutrition Warehouse 1/9- A health permit has not been issued for this facility 8552 Warner Ave., Fountain Valley Bella Napoli 1/12- A health permit has not been issued for this facility 34212 Pacific Coast Highway, Dana Point Taco Mesa 1/17-1/18 Sewage overflow 730 E. Imperial Highway, Brea Sunset Cafe 1/20-1/26 Hot water not available 2401 N. Glassell Ave., Orange Charlie's Chili 1/26-1/27 Cockroach infestation 102 MacFadden Place, Newport Beach One More Pizza 1/27-1/27 Sewage overflow 410 N. Bristol St., Santa Ana Van's Bakery 1/28-1/29 Cockroach infestation 14346 Brookhurst St., Garden Grove Golden Noodle 1/29-2/3 Rodent infestation 15430 Brookhurst St., Garden Grove

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Los Angeles Times

More information: Orange County Environmental Health Division at (714) 667-3600

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