Two Danbury restaurants failed health inspections in August
DANBURY - Two city restaurants failed their health inspections in August for food temperature violations, according to the latest records.
Both restaurants in question had previously failed their health inspections within the last year, according to the Danbury health department.
Beijing Danbury on White Street failed its health department inspection on Aug. 15 for failing to protect food at the required temperature. The same restaurant failed its health inspection in October, 2018, for not properly labeling and storing toxic items, and 17 other infractions.
Mezon Tapas Bar & Restaurant on Mill Plain Road failed its Aug. 14 health department inspection for failing to keep food at the required temperature. In June, the same restaurant failed its health inspection for the same temperature violation, and 14 other infractions.
Both restaurants were required to immediately remedy the temperature violation, and were open for business on Monday.
A employee at Beijing Danbury said the manager was not available to comment. Efforts to reach the manager at Mezon Tapas were not immediately successful on Monday.
Both restaurants were fined $250.
They were among seven commercial kitchens inspected by the Danbury Health Department in August.