Restaurants closed due to health hazards in the San Fernando Valley area, Oct. 26-Nov. 22 – Daily News

Bob’s Big Boy on Corbin Avenue, at Nordhoff Way, in Northridge. (Google Street View)

Four restaurants and one bakery closed due to health hazards between Oct. 26 and Nov. 22 in the San Fernando Valley area.

The food facilities had their health permit suspended for vermin according to reports from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department.

Food facilities whose permits are suspended must close until another inspection determines the problems have been fixed. Closures can occur during routine and owner-initiated inspections, complaint investigations and re-inspections.

The department did not provide details about the nature of the vermin — like the kind, number and where in the facility they were found.

If a food facility is closed for vermin infestation, sewage problems or for not having any water running through the facility it loses an additional seven points on top of the four points deducted for major health violations. Any time two major health hazards, such as unsafe food temperatures, are observed, the facility loses an additional three points in its inspection score.

Here are the facilities that were closed. The grade and points listed were closed on the day

Continental Bakery

Location: 12105 Saticoy St., North Hollywood

Closure reason: min

Closure date: Oct. 26

Reopen date: Oct. 31

Grade: B, 83

Bob’s Big Boy

Location: 8876 Corbin Ave., Northridge

Closure reason: min

Closure date: Nov 7

Reopen date: Nov. 10

Grade: C, 72

Yum Yum Donut Shop

Location: 13501 Hubbard St., Sylmar

Closure reason: min

Closure date: Nov 9

Reopen date: Nov 12

Grade: B, 83

Mom’s house

Location: 14062 Vanowen St., Van Nuys

Closure reason: min

Closure date: Nov 16

Reopen date: Nov. 30

Grade: B, 81

cafe 27

Location: 1861 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga

Closure reason: min

Closure date: Nov 16

Reopen date: Nov 22

Grade: B, 820

Check for past restaurant closures, and also inspection results for currently active facilities (cannabis facilities, apartment buildings, condominiums, food markets, swimming pools, food trucks), and more information on health inspections, eh/i-want-to/view-inspection-results.htm

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