Salon’s beverage service shut down by King County Health

Last week a King County Public Health inspector shuttered the beverage service at Mark Allen salon in Downtown Bellevue.

On Dec. 22 the inspector found the salon committing several food safety violations, including operating without a valid permit, operating without required plan review approval and not having a dedicated hand-washing sink within 25 feet of the food handling area.

The rest of the salon, located at 10000 Main Street, Suite 102, remains open for business.

King County Public Health stated that the service could be reopened if the owner of the salon secures a valid food business permit.

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