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Mental Health Code Violations: The New Yorker takes a look...

The New Yorker takes a look at Restaurant Mental-Health-Code Violations, including this one: "Open kitchen layout allows customers a clear view of line cook wearing regulation hairnet but no covering on his gigantic, filthy lumberjack beard." [New Yorker]
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