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Health Department Shuts Down West Hollywood Bakery for Vermin Infestation – WEHO TIMES West Hollywood News, Nightlife and Events

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County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health has shut down all operations at Stolichnaya Bakery and Deli in West Hollywood for violation section 114259.1, which means there is a vermin infestation.

The popular bakery located in Sanfair Center at 7875 Santa Monica Blvd, currently has a notice of closure on their front door. The notice states the restaurant was closed for violation(s) of California Health and Los Angeles County Code. It was shut down on Monday, November 13, 2023, which is for over a week as of the posting of this piece.

The violation description is listed in the attachment below.

According to the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, infestation (vermin) is defined as the presence of vermin within the food facility as evidenced by actual live bodies, fresh droppings or vomitus, urine stains, or gnaw marks, that could result in contamination to the food, equipment, packaging, or utensils.

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