NY-Presbyterian/Columbia U. Medical Center is facing a $201,000 fine for violating health standards.
Nino's Pizza on the corner of Avenue A and St. Mark's Place failed its inspection Monday, records show.
Chef Danny Bowien and his business partners sued the landlord of their shuttered eatery on Orchard St.
Barking Dog received 89 violation points in its last Health Department inspection, records show.
Inspectors cited S'MAC's East 12th Street location for violations including evidence of mice.
Dominique Ansel Bakery reopened Tuesday morning, to a slightly smaller crowd than usual.
The bakery was shuttered due to a "severe mouse infestation" last week, health officials said.
A new database lets shoppers see whether their local chain supermarket has any violations.
Unexpected visitors were the cause of the beloved bakery's shuttering, agency records showed.
Popeyes at 143 Fulton St. has been closed since Dec. 16, 2011.
Edward's, at 136 W. Broadway, received 62 violation points from the Health Department recently.
Tenants at the Hotel Chelsea said the renovations have become too dangerous to continue.
Food carts around the city reportedly were hit with 2,517 health violations over the past year.
Popular Harlem eatery Red Rooster earned enough health violation points for a C on its most recent inspection, according to records and a report.
At least 10 restaurants, including Mike's Papaya, Max's and Bridge Cafe, racked up numerous violations.
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