Several restaurants and food vendors in Orange County were ordered to close and then allowed to reopen by health inspectors from September 1st to September 7th.
One of these establishments, 602 Coffee & Acai, located at the Stanton Assisted Living Facility on Beach Blvd. in Stanton, was closed on September 5th due to insufficient hot water.
La Tapatia Meat Market on W. Edinger Ave. in Santa Ana was also closed on September 5th because of a cockroach infestation. However, it was able to reopen on September 7th.
Yoshiharu Ramen in Orange was closed on September 5th for an unspecified reason. It was able to reopen on the same day.
On August 31st, Farmer Boys in Fullerton had to close due to a sewage overflow. However, it reopened on September 1st.
In terms of updates since the previous week’s list, The Wharf in Garden Grove, which had been closed on August 30th because of a cockroach infestation, was allowed to reopen on September 1st. Similarly, the Orange County Mining Co. in Santa Ana, which had been closed for the same reason on August 30th, was able to reopen on September 1st as well.
This list of closures and reopenings is published weekly, and any updates on the status of these establishments will be included in the following week’s list. The information for this list is sourced from the OC Health Care Agency database.