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Christine Quinn

  1. Video Feed
    Watch Mario Batali and Christine Quinn’s Meet-up on The High RoadIt’s about about NYC, this time around.
  2. Critical Violations
    City Council Approves Changes to Restaurant-Inspection SystemReduced fines, optional dry-run inspections, the creation of an ombuds office, and more.
  3. Critical Violations
    Health Department Will Lower Some Restaurant Inspection FinesSpeaker Quinn has succeeded in persuading the health department to change the way its inspectors dole out fines.
  4. Critical Violations
    City Council Introduces Legislation to Change Restaurant Inspection SystemSpeaker Quinn says the move is designed to benefit small businesses.
  5. Sad Meals
    Quinn Attacks Happy Meals, Applebee’s Grilled CheeseIf elected, she won’t ban unhealthy kid’s meals, but nonetheless wants the grilled cheese reined in.
  6. Out Sick
    How Quinn’s Support of Paid Sick Leave Could Affect the RestaurantStarting next year, you may be able to still get paid while you have the flu.
  7. City Politics
    Christine Quinn Gives Special Treatment to Pigs-in-a-BlanketEating is part of the job.
  8. Health Concerns
    Council Speaker Christine Quinn Wants to Reduce Restaurant Health-Grade FinesJust call her “Hero of Restaurateurs” Quinn.
  9. Crime Scenes
    Look Out, Cheapo Restaurant OwnersChristine Quinn fights for underpaid workers.
  10. Health Concerns
    Headache Gone: Paid Sick Leave Bill Is Tabled for NowWith letter grades now in effect, what’s going on with that other controversial measure?
  11. Health Concerns
    Food Police: Quinn Mulls Fast-Food Ban; Restaurateurs React to Health-CareShould fast-food joints be limited in low-income neighborhoods?
  12. Mediavore
    A Food Plan for New York; Duvet Closed for GoodPlus: radio Roberta’s, and a Slim Fast recall, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. NewsFeed
    McNally, Colicchio, Meyer Among Most Powerful Real-Estate PlayersThe ‘Observer’ comes out with a list of the city’s real-estate power players, and, not surprisingly, plenty of restaurant folk make the cut.