BALTIMORE — Multiple businesses have been closed by the Baltimore City Health Department in the last week due to multiple code violations.
The health department says they have closed Club Xpectation, Seoha Inc, Lucky Star Tabacco and Grocery, 7 Food Mart, Good Fortune Restaurant, and Big Apple Mart.
The businesses were closed for the following reasons:
|Club Xpectation||4330 Lombard Street., 21224||Operating without a food license||1/3/2019|
|Seoha, Inc||2819 E. Madison Street., 21205||Operating without a food license||1/4/2019|
|Lucky Star Tabacco and Grocery||400 W. Saratoga St, 21201||Operating without a valid food license||1/4/2019|
|7 Food Mart||300 N. Eutaw Street, 21201||Operating without a valid food license||1/4/2019|
|Good Fortune Restaurant||2202 E. Monument Street., 21205||No electricity at the facility and improper food handling||1/4/2019|
|Big Apple Mart||3133 W. North Ave.., 21216||Cat on premise, adulterated foods and unsanitary conditions||1/8/2019|
Officials have not said if the businesses are planning on reopening anytime soon.