Steak 'n Shake in South Bend reopens after it was closed for critical health code violations

The Steak n’ Shake restaurant on Ireland Road in South bend is on probation for the next six months after it was temporarily closed for health code violations.

The restaurant was closed Oct. 19 after St. Joseph County Health Department inspectors found several critical health code violations, non-critical violations and repeat violations, the South Bend Tribune reported.

Health officials allowed the restaurant to reopen Tuesday, Oct. 27, after it passed an inspection Tuesday morning.

“We’ll be inspecting them on at least a monthly basis, if not more than that,” Dr. Dale Deardorff, the former county health officer, told the Tribune. “If they are found with major violations we have the ability to close them again and restart this process.”

Read more details about the restaurant’s violations in the full story from the South Bend Tribune.

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