Pel' Meni reopens after passing inspection

Pel’ Meni re-opened today after passing a health inspection by the Department of Environmental Conservation. It was closed down on Wednesday after a DEC investigation which cited mostly structural violations.

Environmental Health Officer Jason Wiard said the downtown eatery remedied most of these errors, so the store was allowed to re-open. Among these rectifications, the hot water was fixed in the hand washing sink.

However, there were still leaking issues with the three-compartment sink. The floor also remained damaged. A Pel’ Meni employee said the restaurant will be closed either Monday or Tuesday, possibly both, while the floor is repaired.

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