College Station Restaurant Reopened After Lack of Hot Water

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COLLEGE STATION A College Station restaurant has reopened following its shut down for a lack of hot water.

Applebee's in the 200 block of Texas Avenue had its permit suspended October 8 according to health inspectors' reports that came out Tuesday.

A day later and after paying a $500 inspection fee, Applebee's reopened with hot water working.


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