TRIBECA — The popular Bubby's restaurant in TriBeCa is getting slammed with sanitary violations.
Health inspectors have visited Bubby's, on Hudson Street, three times in the past month and issued multiple violations for flies, cockroaches and uncleanliness, according to the Department of Health's website.
Bubby's received 58 violation points on its most recent inspection, on Aug. 22, as inspectors found filth or food flies, workers with unclean clothing and contaminated food surfaces.
That was better than the Aug. 8 inspection, which yielded 68 violation points for issues including perishable food held at unsafe temperatures, but worse than the July 29 inspection, which found live roaches and resulted in 49 violation points.
A score of 28 points or more earns restaurants a C grade, but the grade for Bubby's is still listed as "pending" on the Department of Health's website.
A manager at Bubby's declined to comment Monday.
Bubby's Brooklyn, an offshoot of the original restaurant, was closed by the Health Department in July for having mice, roaches and flies, but it has since reopened and received just 3 violation points on its most recent inspection.
Bubby's was one of TriBeCa's first restaurants and has grown from a small pie-baking company into the neighborhood's 24-hour go-to spot. The restaurant celebrated its 20th anniversary last fall.