That's one idea, anyway.
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Some of New York's most prominent chefs discuss what they think could be done to help restaurants and diners better understand the Department's sometimes-arcane rules.
If you ate anything from the Westside Market on Broadway, you'll want to read this.
The Michelin-starred restaurant currently has a C-level report and is awaiting reinspection.
Go ahead, scan those Health Department inspection grades.
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.
The health department just hasn't updated its website yet.
Turns out Per Se and Loi have some serious violation points.
Cleo Berry has both legs and a willingness to go pro-soda.
The DOHMH used a fake image to portray real consequences.
Cash doesn't really sanitize the work surfaces, does it?
Where will fruit flies strike next?
To prevent disease, the Health Department would like all nutritional information to be in one searchable database.