During the valley's rainstorm on Jan. 9, Roberto's on Charleston Boulevard and Buffalo kept right on cooking as rainwater from the ceiling leaked down on to food products.
Health inspectors shut them down and also wrote up 30 demerits for things like raw eggs, cut tomato, raw pork and ground beef at unsafe temperatures.
There were also uncovered containers of beans in the freezer, no sanitizer in any of the buckets, and dirty knives stored as clean.
"It was raining really heavy that one day and it's an old shop, so it was pouring next to the food right here," the employee in charge told Darcy Spears.
"Did you guys not know that that's considered an imminent health hazard and you're supposed to self-close?" Spears asked.
He said they'd previously tried to fix the roof but it wasn't done right.
Roberto's is now back to an A grade.
The other place with 30 demerits was the deli at Marketon on Decatur Boulevard and Washington.
They're also back to an A grade now, but their C was due in part to spoiled fruit and vegetables and expired squash that was three weeks old.
There were also cracked and excessively leaking raw eggs stored directly above ready-to-eat foods and raw produce.
And heavy, old food debris on the can opener and chef knives.
The person in charge at Marketon said she didn't speak or understand English, but then she asked us to leave, in English.
Another imminent health hazard closure came at Capriotti's sandwich shop on Sahara Avenue and Durango.
It was shut down after inspectors validated two complaints about dripping pipes, backed up sinks and overflowing drains.
One complaint said "Disgusting water with food debris in it is routinely dumped out the back door into a storm drain."
The other noted "A foul odor that smelled like feces" and said employees have to hold something "over their noses because it is so rancid from the kitchen on back."
Inspectors confirmed leaks and a sewage back-up and shut the place down.
McDonald's on Ann Road and Simmons was shut down after inspectors found possibly contaminated food.
It was operating with 11 buckets catching water from ceiling leaks in open food zones.
The snack bar at Stateside Lounge on Las Vegas Boulevard and Washington was also shut down due to excessive dirty water leaking from the ceiling and contaminating all food.
And Tacos Karina was shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration.
Capriotti's, McDonald's and Tacos Karina re-opened with A grades.
Stateside Lounge's snack bar is still closed.
Documents from this week's Dirty Dining:
Marketon Deli Complaint
Weekly Restaurant Inspection Downgrade Report 1/8-1/14