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Six Pentagon City Mall Restaurants Closed Due to Sewage Backup

New Panera Bread restaurant in the Pentagon City mall food courtSix restaurants inside the Fashion Center at Pentagon City mall have been closed due to a sewage backup.

Citing an “imminent health hazard,” the county’s health department has closed the following: Maki of Japan, McDonald’s, Popeyes, Panera Bread, Great Wraps and Which Wich.

“Public Health is aware of the situation and will work with the establishments to help get them up and running when it is safe to do so,” said Arlington County Dept. of Human Services spokesman Kurt Larrick.

Several other restaurants in the mall’s food court were unaffected by the sewage issue and remain open.

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