WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Live rats at a Subway restaurant, mice and roaches at a white tablecloth spot on Capitol Hill, and multiple violations at a Persian restaurant in Virginia - all violations cited by health inspectors - led to closures of restaurants in Virginia, Maryland, and the District.
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Inspectors suspended Aatish on the Hill on Pennsylvania Ave., Darya Kabob at Town Center Plaza in Sterling, Va., and Subway on Baltimore Ave. in College Park.
All the restaurants passed reinspections and have reopened.
In Silver Spring, inspectors reported rats and hundreds of rat droppings in the basement of Subway, 7411 Baltimore Ave.