Remember the Chipotle restaurant in Dallas where customers captured video of mice falling from the ceiling and scurrying across the floor? That was a few weeks ago, and now the restaurant is temporarily closing so experts can evaluate the building. The location, in a historic district in downtown Dallas, has had consistently good health inspection scores, including after the …
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