OAKLEY — A high-profile restaurant here that hasn’t yet opened was cited this week for serving food without a permit.
The owner of Carpaccio Ristorante at Main Street and Vintage Parkway will have to pay $2,526 — three times the cost of the food facility permit it’s applied for — before the county will sign off on the document, said Marilyn Underwood, director of Contra Costa Health Services’ Environmental Health Division.
Two inspectors visited the site Wednesday and spoke to owner Manuel Muñoz, who said that some of the food served at the Contra Costa County Mayors’ Conference on Dec. 6 was prepared at his restaurant.
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