The city's health department closed the popular East Village restaurant after its Dec. 4 inspection.
The Gate, a dog-friendly bar, says the city's ruling that it's a food establishment is bogus.
The Gate has allowed dogs since 1997, but a recent 311 call put a stop to the canine-friendly policy.
Dust samples from 102 Norfolk St. found lead concentration "above EPA level guidelines."
Police and the Manhattan DA's office have begun arresting and prosecuting bodega workers selling K2.
Yaffa Cafe ran its backyard eating area for 31 years, but the city only ruled it illegal last month.
The East Village restaurant announced its closure on Twitter Wednesday night.
The Chinatown restaurant, praised by outlets like the New York Times, was shut down on Sept. 19.
Nino's Pizza on the corner of Avenue A and St. Mark's Place failed its inspection Monday, records show.
Staten Island University Hospital will offer free training and distribution of Narcan on Sept. 9.
Chef Danny Bowien and his business partners sued the landlord of their shuttered eatery on Orchard St.
Inspectors cited S'MAC's East 12th Street location for violations including evidence of mice.
A horse named Pumpkin crashed into a cab carrying Mets outfielder Matt den Dekker, reports said.
The BBQ joint's owner said he's frustrated with the city's health inspection and letter-grading system.
International Food House was shut down on Nov. 12 after racking up violations for rats and roaches.
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