A step in the right direction.
It's clearly not a dirty restaurant.
Calorie postings go national, and online.
Reduced fines, optional dry-run inspections, the creation of an ombuds office, and more.
Speaker Quinn has succeeded in persuading the health department to change the way its inspectors dole out fines.
Speaker Quinn says the move is designed to benefit small businesses.
The restaurant plans to reopen tonight.
The coalition seeks $150 million in damages.
A restaurant bathroom that doesn't have toilet paper is directly related to food safety.
The Perry Street wine bar is back in action.
A rep from the restaurant says they hope to be reinspected ASAP.
The social-networking site is trying to make the open-source data more widely available.
The bakery's customers are devoted, and mad.
"These inspectors come in here, they look for a little thing, and they charge you."
The health department is not issuing citations so much as trying to steer restaurant owners in the right direction.
Just call her "Hero of Restaurateurs" Quinn.
Letter grades aren't going anywhere, but the city's chefs say inconsistencies in the inspection process make it almost impossible to know what constitutes a proper violation.
Turns out Per Se and Loi have some serious violation points.