Sneaky restaurant fail part two?
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.
What does this mean for the secret sandwich guy?
A worker removing an awning from an Upper East Side restaurant was rushed to the hospital.
New Bo Ky and other Chinese restaurants shuttered.
Jimmy Bradley: “That seems more like an after-party from Saturday Night Live than the Red Cat.”
This time it's just a random DOH inspection failure, and they hope to reopen for dinner.
Plus, a chef gets caught tonguing toads.
A restaurant with mouse droppings on the floor can still score an A.
Plus: Did you know dive bars are dirty?
The fast-food chain has been linked to 155 cases of salmonella.
Changes in the health code mean that past health-inspection results might be misleading.
With letter grades now in effect, what's going on with that other controversial measure?
How did an apparent canine tooth end up in a Rockaway woman's fried rice?
It’s finally possible to find out which types of restaurants received C-worthy scores most often.
In Michigan, you can get a BLT with twenty strips of bacon on it!