Dean & Deluca update: More on the ‘vermin’ in question

Last week, Georgetown’s Dean & Deluca failed a health inspection, prompting the Department of Health to post a notice of indefinite closure on the delicatessen’s doors. The details of that inspection are now available online. Dean & Deluca… Read More

Georgetown’s Dean & Deluca shut down for health violations (Updated)

Update, Feb. 7, 6:05 pm: According to a statement from Dean & Deluca, the closure yesterday was a result of “issues in [the] open-air cafe that arose from major construction next door.” According to spokeswoman Katy Foley, the… Read More

Leo’s passes second health inspection with zero violations

The Department of Health recently released a secondary, “follow-up” report that took place on September 24th for the Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall. The report shows that Leo’s passed in every single category. There were no observations that required… Read More

ESPN discovers critical health violations at Verizon Center

According to health inspection reports uncovered by ESPN, every food vendor at the Verizon Center was cited with a “critical” health violation in 2009. At least ten of the vendors were cited by health inspectors for mouse droppings… Read More

Seven Georgetown-area restaurants cited as medium-risk health code violators in 2009

Yesterday, we cataloged the health violations of four Georgetown-area food establishments that had been pegged as “high-risk” by the Health and Regulations Licensing Administration within the last year or so—Leo’s, Epicurean & Co., The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro…. Read More

Epicurean, Leo’s, The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro were high-risk violators of D.C. health code in 2009

A couple of weeks ago, Vox got the Freedom of Information Act itch and decided to FOIA the Food Establishment Inspection Reports of some local restaurants. We obtained the two most recent health inspection reports from the D.C…. Read More