Public health closes Dave & Buster’s temporarily to investigate possible illness outbreak

Restaurant reopened Monday after weekend closure

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019 11:29am
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Seattle King County Public Health closed Dave & Buster’s at 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW on Friday, April 5 because of an investigation of a possible foodborne outbreak of norovirus-like illness among its food workers and patrons.

The food inspector visited the establishment again on Monday for a follow-up visit, and allowed the restaurant to reopen on Monday.

Details of this ongoing foodborne illness outbreak investigation are at kingcounty.gov/outbreak/dave-busters.

The Food Establishment Closures homepage is at kingcounty.gov/closures.

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