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Midtown East »

The eatery was closed down Monday but reopened on Wednesday.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Westway Diner on Ninth Avenue closed on Friday after the city found "evidence of mice activity."

Upper East Side »

The Department of Health temporarily closed the dining room after it failed an inspection Monday.

Yorkville »

The American bistro was shuttered on April 14 by the health department, records show.

East Harlem »

Inspectors shut down the pizzeria Friday after finding "evidence of mice."

Upper West Side »

The French creperie was closed by the Health Department on Nov. 17. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

McQuaids on Eleventh Ave. and Vintner Cafe on Ninth Ave. were briefly closed last week. 

Central Harlem »

One restaurant had flies and the other had roaches, according to the Health Department.

Upper West Side »

The number of Health Department closures marked a 25 percent decrease from 2013, the agency said.

Upper West Side »

The Amsterdam Avenue outpost had evidence of mice and roach in the kitchen, according to the city DOH. 

Clinton Hill »

The superintendent at 475 Washington Ave. uses cats to curb a rodent infestation in the building.

SoHo »

The SoHo bakery could reopen as soon as Tuesday morning, an employee said.

SoHo »

The home of the Cronut was closed after a viral video showed a mouse in the kitchen.