Sat. Jan 28th, 2023

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 March 4 to March 12. Most of these eateries reopen pretty quickly after the health inspectors determine their issues have been resolved.



  • Stowaway, 2493 Park Ave., Suite 27, Tustin, Closed: March 9, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: March 11
  • Pacific Ranch Market, 7540 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, Closed: March 8, Reason: Rodent infestation
  • Banh Cuon Tay Ho So II, 9242 Bolsa Ave., Suite F, Westminster, Closed: March 8, Reason: Cockroach infestation, Reopened: March 10
  • Sessions Sandwiches, 414 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, Closed: March 10, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: March 11
  • Johns Incredible Pizza Co., 8601 On The Mall, Buena Park, Closed: March 9, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: March 10
  • 7-Eleven, 502 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente, Closed: March 4, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: March 5
  • Primrose Cafe, 13956 Seal Beach Blvd., Seal Beach, Closed: March 4, Reason: Rodent infestation, Reopened: March 5
  • Update: Wet Dog Tavern at 221 Main St., Suite B, Huntington Beach, which was ordered closed March 3 because of a rodent infestation, was allowed to reopen March 6.

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