Giuliana and Bill Rancic's Washington, D.C. restaurant, RPM Italian, has been dealt with four violations following a June 1 inspection by the Health Department.

According to a new report, the restaurant, which is the newest venue for the Rancics, was denied a license prior to their opening, although the couple eventually sorted out their issues and becamse licensed before opening in late June.

On Wednesday, Radar Online revealed details of the couple's violations.

Restaurants are required to have “adequate handwashing sinks properly supplied and accessible,” but the inspector found “metered faucets throughout, providing less than the required 15 second water flow” at RPM Italian, the Health Department's report stated.

RPM Italian was also cited for “plumbing installed, proper backflow devices,” which required “plumbing fixtures throughout not providing the recommended air gap of at least twice the diameter of the water supply inlet and may not be less than twenty-five millimeters or one inch.”

Around the time of the restaurant's opening, Giuliana discussed how being a famous face can help a business, but only temporarily.

“Bill and I can help get people in the door once or twice, but if the food isn’t spectacular and the ambiance isn’t great and the service isn’t terrific, they won’t come anymore. So if you have a TV show and you’re a celebrity and you open a restaurant, you might be able to get them in once,” she told The Washington Post. “But the food has to impress, otherwise they won’t come back.”