WORDS FROM Elissaâ€© Elanâ€©, Northeastâ€¨ Editor
One could argue that the Department of Health’s recent passage of letter-grading inspections in New York will stir the pot for restaurateurs at a time when more mixing is not in the best interests of the industry.â€© The department announced earlier this month it would in July begin giving the city’s 24,000 restaurants an A, B or C based on inspection results, and that eateries would be required to post those grades near their entrances, where they are easily visible to the ...
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