Popular Fairfax Deli Gets ‘C’ Grade From Health Inspectors

FAIRFAX (CBSLA.com) – One of the most famous eateries in Los Angeles is working to recover after receiving a “C” grade from health inspectors earlier this month that prompted a three-day closure.

On Aug. 7, Canter’s Deli, a staple of the Fairfax District for decades, received a 72 score for its restaurant from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

According to health department records, the restaurant was closed from Aug. 7-9 due to a “vermin infestation.” It reopened Aug. 10.

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(L.A. County Department of Public Health)

Other health violations included food touching unsanitary surfaces and food not being in good condition.

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(L.A. County Department of Public Health)

It should be noted that Canter’s restaurant is inspected separately from Canter’s bakery, which received a 90 score during its last inspection on June 15.

Canter’s restaurant will keep its C rating until it receives a re-inspection from the health department.

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