Orange County Restaurants Closed by Health Inspectors May 9-16, According to Orange County Register

During the week of May 9 to May 16, Orange County health inspectors ordered several restaurants and food vendors to close for various reasons.

On May 14, 100% Natural in Garden Grove was closed due to a cockroach infestation. On the same day, Dunkin’ Donuts in Westminster was closed for having insufficient hot water but was able to reopen on May 14.

Wienerschnitzel in Anaheim was closed on May 13 for a cockroach infestation but was able to reopen the next day. Euclid Liquor in Anaheim was also closed on May 13 for reasons not provided but was able to reopen on the same day. Mil Jugos in Santa Ana was closed on May 13 due to insufficient hot water.

Auntie Anne’s at Westminster Mall in Westminster was closed on May 10 due to a cockroach infestation but was able to reopen on May 11. Similarly, the deli at 99 Ranch Market in Anaheim was closed on May 9 due to a cockroach infestation but was able to reopen on the same day. The kitchen at Bella Collina in San Clemente was closed on May 9 due to a rodent infestation but was able to reopen on the same day. Ola Mexican Kitchen at Pacific City in Huntington Beach was closed on May 9 due to a cockroach infestation but was able to reopen on May 10.

The list of closures is published weekly with updates since the previous week’s list. Status updates are published in the following week’s list, sourced from the OC Health Care Agency database.

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