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The O.C. Health Care Agency has released a list of the eateries (including restaurants, caterers and even school kitchens) that they inspected and shut down for the week of Feb. 25 to March 5. Most of these eateries reopen pretty quickly after the health inspectors determine their issues have been resolved.

  • Chinese Sauerkraut Fish at Super Irvine, 14120 Culver Drive, Suites I-J, Irvine, Closed: Feb. 25, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: Feb. 28
  • Red Tomato Pizza, 2794 W. Ball Road, Anaheim, Closed: March 4, Reason: Cockroach infestation
  • Wet Dog Tavern, 221 Main St., Suite B, Huntington Beach, Closed: March 3, Reason: Rodent infestation
  • Pho A’mie, 737 N. Placentia Ave., Fullerton, Closed: March 1, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: March 1
  • Snack Shop at Mobil station, 21721 Lake Forest Drive, Lake Forest, Closed: March 1, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: March 2
  • El Cantarito Restaurant, 120 W. Santa Fe St., Placentia, Closed: Feb. 25, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: Feb. 27
  • Updated: El Pollo Loco at 19320 Beach Blvd., Huntington Beach, which was ordered closed Feb. 18 because of a rodent infestation, was allowed to reopen Feb. 19.
  • Updated: Valerio’s at 649 N. Euclid St., Anaheim, which was ordered closed Feb. 24 because of a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen March 2.
  • Updated: Zombie Chicken & Sushi at 2937 W. Ball Road, Anaheim, which was ordered closed Feb. 24 because of insufficient hot water, was allowed to reopen Feb. 25.
  • Updated: Azinoya Teriyaki at Anaheim Marketplace, 1440 S. Anaheim Blvd., Suite G-2, Anaheim, which was ordered closed Feb. 25 because of a rodent infestation, was allowed to reopen Feb. 26.



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