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Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors (May 19-26) – Orange County Register

Restaurants and other food vendors ordered to close and allowed to reopen by Orange County health inspectors from May 19 to May 26.

Tacos & Carnitas Pepe’s, 899 W. 19th St., Costa Mesa

  • Closed: May 25
  • Reason: Cockroach infestation
  • Reopened: May 26

Kitchen at The Hills Post Acute, 1800 Old Tustin Ave., Santa Ana

  • Closed: May 25
  • Reason: Cockroach infestation
  • Reopened: May 25

Taqueria Los 3 Reyes, 2610 W. Westminster Ave., Suite B, Santa Ana

  • Closed: May 25
  • Reason: Insufficient hot water
  • Reopened on May 26

Kobe Japanese Steak House, 3001 Old Ranch Parkway, Seal Beach

  • Closed: May 24
  • Reason: Rodent infestation
  • Reopened: May 25

Ralphs, 13321 Jamboree Road, Tustin

  • Permit downgraded to sale of prepackaged food only: May 20
  • Reason: Insufficient hot water/plumbing in disrepair
  • Full permit reinstated: May 21

Starbucks at Ralphs, 13321 Jamboree Road, Tustin

  • Permit downgraded to sale of prepackaged food only: May 20
  • Reason: Insufficient hot water/plumbing in disrepair
  • Full permit reinstated: May 21

Ruby’s Diner, 258 The Shops At Mission Viejo, Mission Viejo

  • Closed: May 19
  • Reason: Rodent infestation
  • Reopened: May 19

Updates since last week’s list:

Tutti Frutti at 7941 Beach Blvd., Suite D, Buena Park, which was ordered closed May 18 because of a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen May 24.

Creamery Pop at 15556 Brookhurst St., Suite B, Westminster, which was ordered closed May 17 because of insufficient hot water, was allowed to reopen May 24.


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