Carrie Levin has run her restaurant on New York’s Upper West Side for the last 29 years, but throughout the summer, she was terrified that any day could be her last one in business.
 Levin’s restaurant, Good Enough to Eat, a 50-seat bistro on 83rd Street and Amsterdam Avenue, had been inspected by New York City’s Health Department, and things did not go well. 
 The inspector, working with the department’s new letter-grading system, spent three hours at Levin’s ...

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