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Canyon Pizza Reopens After Two-Week Closure Due To Health Violations

Dreams really do come true, folks.

Downtown State College’s Canyon Pizza reopened its doors Wednesday after a brief closure due to 13 health violations, according to an employee.

The pizza shop, located at 219 E. Beaver Ave., received more than a dozen violations, according to an inspection report on the Pennsylvania Bureau of Food Safety’s website. The late-night pizza joint received a visit from the State College Borough Health Department on Tuesday, November 15.

A note on the door indicating its closure was signed by borough health technician Brian O’Donnell.

Violations included soiled bathrooms, sink build-up, and floors, walls, and ceilings that were “extremely dirty, dusty, and in need of cleaning.” You can read the complete list of violations here.

Canyon had four violations in 2021 and two in 2020 during two prior inspections.

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