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Health Department temporarily shuts down food service at One % nightclub and three restaurants

The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Health Department temporarily shut down the food service operations at several operations recently. Most have since reopened.

▪ One % nightclub in the Crossroads Arts District, 1520 Grand Blvd., did not have a valid 2015 health permit and had to stop serving food on Oct. 10.

According to the Health Department, One % had a permit that expired Dec. 31, 2014, and the owners did not renew it.

Officials with One % did not return phone calls.

▪ Ararat Temple Restaurant, Ararat Shrine Temple, 5100 Ararat Drive, had 4 critical violations during a Sept. 23 routine inspection and was temporarily shut down while a backup in the floor drain was repaired.

It had no critical violations during an Oct. 1 follow-up inspection.

Officials with Ararat declined to comment.

▪ Bob Wasabi Kitchen, 1726 W. 39th St., had 5 critical violations during a Sept. 25 routine inspection. The department said it received permit fees from a closed account.

It had no critical violations during an Oct. 2 follow-up inspection. Restaurant officials paid for the permit with a debit card and the permit was reinstated.

Officials with Bob Wasabi Kitchen did not return phone calls.

▪ Pour Boy Oil Co., 4225 N. Oak Trafficway, had 3 critical violations during Oct. 7 routine inspection and the deli was shut down for plumbing problems.

It had no critical violations during an Oct. 9 follow-up inspection and the deli was allowed to reopen.

Officials with Pour Boy Oil Co. did not return phone calls seeking comment.

For complete Kansas City area reports, visit: http://www.inspectionsonline.us/foodsafety/mousakansascity/search.htm and then search under the establishment’s name.

Joyce Smith: 816-234-4692, @JoyceKC

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