Bugs. Dirty hands. Contaminated surfaces.
Are you getting more than you ordered when you eat out in Manhattan Beach?
Food facility inspection results for the city, including any violations for which an establishment was cited, can be found online at the Food Facility Rating page at the Los Angeles County Public Health website.
Consumers can search the results for Manhattan Beach — as well as any city in Los Angeles County — and view current scores and the last date of inspection.
Establishments recently closed due to compliance issues can be found at the site's searchable Food Facility Closure List page.
The report lists the closure of Kreation Juicery, 3516 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach, on Jan. 10. The reason cited was "No Public Health Permit."