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.
 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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