Given how things have been going for the New York City restaurant community over the past few years, it should come as no surprise to anyone that a pack of hungry rats could stir up such a hornets’ nest. How could anyone believe for a moment that a videotape showing rats scurrying around in a Greenwich Village KFC-Taco Bell outlet after closing time would not instantly draw fire from a city administration that already has banned public smoking, put sous vide cooking on hold, ...
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