The number of Health Department closures marked a 25 percent decrease from 2013, the agency said.
The Amsterdam Avenue outpost had evidence of mice and roach in the kitchen, according to the city DOH.
After the death of a bather and the shutdown of another spa location, an official wants more oversight.
The spa was operating without a permit or an approved safety plan, the department said.
Alexander and Emma were most popular in Manhattan, while David and Esther topped the list in Brooklyn.
The Health Department recorded 64 violation points during a Monday inspection.
"I once thought I had lost anyone who came into this store because of the closures," Tonnie Rozier said.
Health Dept. worker Ronald Dillon was docked days for fielding customer service calls in a robot voice.
Officials said Dr. Craig Spencer visited the High Line, a restaurant, and a Brooklyn bowling alley.
Many of the abused and neglected children were returned to the ACS-run center in handcuffs by the NYPD.
The UES has higher concentrations of many pollutants than neighborhoods known for bad air.
Health inspectors closed the Seventh Avenue bar after finding evidence of mice and other violations.
The eatery's owner had his permits suspended for 20 days for blocking a Health Department inspector.
Cafe CNN closed suddenly after it was sued by its former landlord and filed for bankruptcy.
Lee Yuk Fun, 60, has had three surgeries after getting a skin infection from a Chinatown fish market.
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