Downtown Pourhouse temporarily closes after failed health inspection

Pour House was forced to temporarily close its downtown Orlando location after a failed health inspection last week.

Downtown Pourhouse, which is located at 20 S Orange Avenue, was closed on February 14 after multiple health code violations were discovered.

According to a health inspection report from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, the business was cited for multiple high priority and intermediate violations.

Among the violations was the presence of a rodent and a roach. According to the report, the health inspector observed the rodent run between multiple areas within the establishment while on site.

The business was permitted to reopen the following afternoon.

It was the second downtown Orlando business to temporarily shut down due to health inspection violations, joining Napasorn.

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