And all is right with the world again.
Did your local Chinese joint really score an A on its health inspection?
Will a big fat C be plastered on the window of the city's No. 1 restaurant?
A couple of our favorite bureaucratic agencies are patting themselves on the back today.
Changes in the health code mean that past health-inspection results might be misleading.
It’s finally possible to find out which types of restaurants received C-worthy scores most often.
A scene-y newcomer faces public shaming even before letter grades debut.
Hospital admissions for food poisoning dropped 20 percent after L.A. introduced restaurant letter grades.
Along with introducing new letter grades, the Department of Health loosens rules on flies, expired milk, and more.
The Health Department is changing its code, and a curiously named Astoria wine bar should be worried.
Why was Monkey Bar docked 60 points during a recent Health Department inspection?
Would you go to them anyway?
The Landmarc restaurateur still finds the Department of Health ruling very "frustrating."
The Department of Health will require restaurant owners to post scarlet letters on their windows.
The Landmarc restaurateur speaks out.
Among other things, it would be an invitation to bribery. Plus, some surprising health-inspection stats.