Health inspectors found "filth flies," evidence of mice and practices that exposed food to contamination.
Jay-Z's 40/40 Club was shuttered by the Department of Health a day after its lavish reopening.
The West 10th Street gay bar Julius' was closed after inspectors found roaches and evidence of mice.
Teany vegetarian cafe, founded by Moby, is set to get new management.
Popeyes at 143 Fulton St. has been closed since Dec. 16, 2011.
Boots & Saddle was cited for evidence of rats and inadequate hand-washing facilities.
Moustafa Eissawy sold halal meals on East 86th Street for years without incident, until Fairway arrived.
Edward's, at 136 W. Broadway, received 62 violation points from the Health Department recently.
The Back Fence, a longstanding music venue, was closed by the Health Department Saturday.
A licensing system for commercial cyclists has been on the books since 1984, though few seem to know about it.
After 56 people suffered salmonella poisoning from par-cooked kosher broiled chicken livers, the Health Department issued a warning. MealMart yanked the food from shelves.
Community Board 12 will vote on a resolution to recommend against a renewal liquor license for Serie 1 Tapas Lounge in Washington Heights.
The 535 Hudson St. pizzeria was closed on Monday after health inspectors slapped it with 50 health violation points.
The Health Department found evidence of mice and conditions perfect for attracting vermin, according to the city's website.
STD diagnoses among Village women rose as much as 57 percent from 2008 to 2010, according to health department data.
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