What will Genghis Khan do?
Results of the latest Health Department inspection indicate the restaurant is "Closed by Health Dept." But a call to the restaurant indicates it's open.
Though the restaurant's website claims "repairs."
At least one club has received a cease-and-desist letter from the Health Department.
Plus: McSorley's is forced to dust off its wishbone chandelier.
The city's most popular restaurant is no longer in danger of a "C."
Now this is a step in the right direction ...
Nevertheless, the restaurant was "extremely disappointed with our preliminary inspection results."
The real story: Hot dogs are back up to $1.50.
The culprit: Evidence of rats and improper plumbing.
If Viand doesn't improve its health score, Bloomberg may have to find a new burger joint.
It’s finally possible to find out which types of restaurants received C-worthy scores most often.
In past years, the deli has been safely in the A to B range — until now.
Also at risk: unrefrigerated prepared fruits and vegetables.