First flies, then roaches, now mice.
Inspectors hit Ray Alvarez with $2,000 more in fines.
Bad timing, to say the least.
The day after the 'Times' brings a KFC lawsuit to our attention.
One restaurant owner accuses them of usury, but a commissioner says the DOH is making things easier.
Plus, is the illegal Peruvian spot in Jackson Heights still open?
Plus, how many restaurants have gotten As, Bs, and Cs?
Did your local Chinese joint really score an A on its health inspection?
What does this mean for the secret sandwich guy?
New Bo Ky and other Chinese restaurants shuttered.
Changes in the health code mean that past health-inspection results might be misleading.
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.
Restaurants are keeping things (too?) cold in anticipation of new Health Department regulations.
Now you can't have a nightcap without contemplating the horror of choking on your martini olive.
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.