3 food businesses closed for emergency water loss

April 11, 1996

County health inspectors visited 155 restaurants and food-handling establishments between March 16 and 31 to evaluate them on nine health and safety standards.

Three businesses in the 4700 block of Mountain Road in Pasadena were closed March 24 for emergency repairs after they lost water.

They were: Pop's Grocery and Deli, Long Point Bakery and Restaurant and Lotus Garden Restaurant.

Cafe La Mouffe in the 900 block of Bay Ridge Ave. in Annapolis was cited March 20 for adulterated or spoiled food. Corrective action was taken.

Restaurants cited for not keeping food at the proper temperature were:

Denny's Restaurant, 2000 block of West St., Annapolis.

Pizza Boli's, 1400 block of Ritchie Highway, Arnold.

Shoney's, 7000 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie. Reinspection required.

Soupmasters, Annapolis Mall, Annapolis. Reinspection required.

Royal Farm store No. 22, 200 block of Manor Drive, Glen Burnie.

Royal Farm store No. 67, 7100 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Ferndale.

Ground Road, 2300 block of Forest Drive, Annapolis.

Giant Food Store, 6600 block of Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie.

Super Fresh, 300 block of Hospital Drive, Glen Burnie.

7-Eleven, 2100 block of Defense Highway, Crofton.

High's No. 39, 2100 block of Generals Highway, Annapolis

Morrison's Cafeteria, 100 block of Jennifer Road, Annapolis. Reinspection required.

Imperial Restaurant, first block of Mountain Road, Glen Burnie.

Italian Delight, Harundale Mall, Glen Burnie.

Pub Date: 4/11/96

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