During today’s re-inspection, officials found mice droppings as well as conditions for mice “harborage.” In order to re-open the restaurant must pass another re-inspection.
While the restaurant claimed over the weekend the shut down was a result of a clerical error, the DOH stood firm and said the restaurant had failed three inspections since August.
Repeated calls to Le Petit Marche have gone unreturned. Full DOH statement after the jump.
Le Petit Marche did not have permission to re-open this weekend as they accumulated over 28 or more violation points on three inspections since August.
The restaurant failed its re-opening inspection today after mice dropping and harborage conditions were found on the site. In order to reopen, the operator of Le Petit Marche must correct all conditions that led to violations, submit an affidavit of correction to the Health Department and schedule a re-opening inspection.