Three restaurants ordered closed to meet codes

April 30, 1995

Health inspectors temporarily closed two Annapolis restaurants and one in Pasadena during routine inspections from April 1 to 15.

The three restaurants did not meet county codes because of emergency conditions. They were:

* Morrison's Cafeteria, 900 block of Jennifer Road, Annapolis. Closed for lack of hot water.

* Roy Rogers, Annapolis Mall, Annapolis. Closed because of fire.

* Beefalo Bob's, 100 block of Mountain Road, Pasadena. Closed because of fire.

All three establishments have re-opened.

Of the 86 other food-handling businesses monitored during the two-week period, county inspectors cited 12 for violations that could have caused illnesses.

They are:

* Dragon House, 100 block of Mayo Road, Edgewater. Food not properly cooled.

* High's, 7600 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Ronny's Carryout, 5000 block of Ritchie Highway, Brooklyn Park. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* 7-Eleven, 7700 block of Quarterfield Road, Glen Burnie. Food not adequately cooked or reheated. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers, 6900 block of Crain Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not adequately cooked or reheated. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Italian Delight, Harundale Mall, Glen Burnie. Food not obtained from an approved source.

* Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Stevenson and Quarterfield roads, Severn. Food workers not practicing effective hand washing, not free of illness. Re-inspection required.

* Roy Rogers, 1100 block of Annapolis Road, Odenton. Food not held at proper temperature. Spoiled or adulterated food. Re-inspection required.

* Cafe Normandie, 100 block of Main St., Annapolis. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

dTC * Deep Creek Restaurant, 1000 block of Deep Creek Ave., Arnold. Food not held at proper temperature.

* Gianni's Pizza Carryout, 2600 block of Annapolis Road, Severna. Food not held at proper temperature. Re-inspection required.

* Giant Food Store, 7900 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie. Food not held at proper temperature.

For more information on the restaurant inspection program, call 222-7239.

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