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Inwood »

The restaurant was operating without a permit, the Health Department said.

Forest Hills »

The restaurant was closed last week by the Health Department because of severe pest infestation.

Forest Hills »

The Indian restaurant is scheduled to reopen in the fall as a lounge-like restaurant.

Jackson Heights »

The popular restaurant got a "C" on its last health inspection, but is ready for a new grade.

Midtown »

Anastasios Kountis, 32, was accused of dishing out fake A grades in exchange for cash, officials said.

West Village »

Inspectors found roaches and evidence of mice at the Perry Street restaurant.

West Village »

Unexpected visitors were the cause of the beloved bakery's shuttering, agency records showed.

Prospect Heights »

Nearly 40 food vendors at the new arena have been inspected by the Department of Health.

Manhattan »

Restaurant owners and City Council members slammed the inspection process as inconsistent and unfair.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg said restaurant grades have improved food safety at New York City eateries.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Health inspectors shut down Open House on East Houston Street after finding live cockroaches.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Teany vegetarian cafe, founded by Moby, is set to get new management.

Downtown »

Popeyes at 143 Fulton St. has been closed since Dec. 16, 2011.

Downtown »

Edward's, at 136 W. Broadway, received 62 violation points from the Health Department recently.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Health inspectors hit the long-time SoHo restaurant and music venue Boom with 38 health violation points on Friday, forcing it to close.