BRADDOCK HILLS (KDKA) — A restaurant in Braddock Hills remained open Friday despite the Allegheny County Health Department’s orders to close.

The ACHD initially issued a closure order to Rudy’s Submarines, located at 270 Yost Boulevard, Thursday.

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The health department found that the restaurant did not have a food protection manager, a hand-washing sink in the food preparation area or date-marking equipment. Since the restaurant did not have a hand-washing sink, it also faced violations for lack of hot water in a hand-washing sink and lack of soap to wash hands.

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The ACHD also says that the surfaces where they prepared food were not properly cleaned or sanitized. Additionally, the floor and ceiling of the restaurant were in poor condition.

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Rudy’s Submarines remained open on Friday, despite the closure order. The ACHD has ordered the restaurant to close for the second time and posted a closure letter to the facility’s front door. Rudy’s Submarines should remain closed until all the violations are corrected and a re-inspection is completed.