Nearly half of public school cafeterias in New York City racked up at least one dangerous health code violation this past year, including evidence of rats and mice, roaches and flies. An analysis of city Health Department data conducted by student journalists at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism found 1,150... Continue Reading
Crocodile Lounge, the east side home of free pizza and not-so-free booze, has been shut down by the Department of Health for a variety of health code violations including evidence of live rats and mice in the kitchen. [ more › ]
Cafeterias in some city schools are serving up roaches and flies with burgers and fries.
Perennially packed tapas joint El Quinto Pino has been closed by the Health Department after racking up 44 demerit points during a November 12 inspection. As you can see below, violations include evidence of rats and mice, improper ...
Mice, roaches, and flies have a regrettably great attendance record at some of the city's dirtiest public school cafeterias, according to a new report conducted by the State Senate and public school advocates. [ more › ]