Here are the restaurants and other food facilities that San Bernardino County health inspectors temporarily closed due to imminent health hazards between July 22 and 28, 2022. If no reopening date is mentioned, the agency did not list that facility as reopened as of this publication. .

Deli/kitchen area of ​​Cardenas Markets15555 E. Main St Suite D4, Hesperia

  • Closed: July 28
  • Grade: 90/A
  • Reason: Cockroach infestation. The supermarket requested a recount after the kitchen/deli area received an 84/B on 15 July. (Five areas of the market each have their own health permit.) While the area improved its grade to an A, the inspector also discovered live cockroaches. , adult and nymph, in the walls and on the floors near the tortilla makers, dough mixers and other kitchen equipment.

Food areas of AMC Theaters Ontario Mills 304549 Mills Circle, Ontario

  • Closed: July 27
  • Grade: 91/A in the kitchen/bar area, 97/A in concessions, on July 25
  • Reason: Rodent infestation. The theater’s food areas were investigated on July 25 after someone complained to the health department that the kitchen and theaters were contaminated and that a rat had jumped on them. The inspector found approximately 15 rodent droppings in a closet that did not store food, and several others in food storage areas. The theater received pest control service that morning, and the invoices said there was no rodent activity, but some areas that could harbor vermin needed attention. When an inspector returned two days later, after the theater had been closed for a day for another pest control treatment, there was fresh manure in both food areas, so they were closed.

Mr Dumpling, 9319 Foothill Blvd. Unit B, Rancho Cucamonga

  • Closed: July 27
  • Grade: 80/B
  • Reason: Cockroach infestation. An inspector visited in response to a complaint that someone thought fungus was growing on the sides of the dining tables. The inspector found about six live cockroaches at sinks and under a table with takeout sauces, and more than 100 dead cockroaches throughout the facility. Among other violations, a pan was not washed properly and staff did not know proper washing procedures, some items were at unsafe temperatures in a refrigerator that did not keep cold, and the hand sink did not have hot water.

Non-closing inspections of note

Here are selected inspections at facilities that were not closed but had other significant problems.

Village Ranch Market, at 15091 Merrill Ave. in Fontana, received follow-up inspections on July 22 and 26 after its main market, meat department and restaurant areas received grades of 80/B, 80/B and 78/C on July 19. It was found that the market area was still using a refrigerator that had been told not to until it could be repaired. More than 20 pounds of food was condemned. Four days later, an inspector returned to check that rodent droppings and dead cockroaches had been removed and a toilet repaired. The toilet was fixed, but the inspector found one dead cockroach on the floor in the produce section and several old rodent droppings in a back storage area. Another follow-up is planned next week.

Just Bargain, at 1250 E. Washington St. in Colton, was inspected July 21 in response to complaints that the market was selling out-of-date food and had moths. The market does sell food that is past its best-by date, but this is permissible (except for baby formula) as long as the product is in good condition. The market received a grade of 90/A with one critical violation. About 400 cans for sale had “severe dents or excessive bulging,” a sign that the contents had spoiled. There were also several boxes of food that had been opened and resealed with tape. All those items were thrown away. Among the four other violations, the inspector found several moths in a back area. The market has been the subject of more than two-dozen complaints over the past five years. It was his first A grade since 2018.

About this list

This list is published online on Fridays. Any updates as restaurants reopen will be included in next week’s list.

All food facilities in the country are regularly inspected to ensure they meet health codes. A facility loses four points for each critical violation and one to three points for minor violations. An A grade (90 to 100 points) is considered “generally better”, a B grade (80 to 89) is “generally acceptable” and a C grade (70 to 79) is “generally unacceptable” and requires a follow-up inspection. A facility will be temporarily shut down if it scores below 70 or has a critical violation that cannot be corrected immediately.

For more information about inspections of these or any restaurants in San Bernardino County, visit To file a health complaint, go to or call 800-442-2283.

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