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Yorkville »

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Hamilton Heights »

Inspectors found roaches in the Mexican restaurant and mice in the Asian eatery.

Midtown »

After failing 2 consecutive inspections, Fuji Sushi was allowed to reopen on Sept. 11.

Central Harlem »

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

Union Square »

Spice on East 13th Street near University Place was shut down during a May 4 inspection.

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. 

Midtown »

Health Department officials shut down Szechuan Gourmet in Midtown for the second time, records show.

Kips Bay »

Falafel Feast was shut down by the Health Department for roaches, filth flies and misuse of pesticides.

Midtown »

Taco Bell, Nathan's, Pizza Hut, Tim Horton's and Colombo Yogurt were cited for having live roaches.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Health Department inspectors found mice and dirty equipment at Bali Nusa Indah in Hell's Kitchen.

Clinton Hill »

Health Department inspectors found live roaches at the bakery cafe chain during a recent inspection.

Chelsea »

The West 23rd Street spot received 85 violation points after a health inspection Saturday.

Midtown »

Inspectors found "evidence of mice" and "live roaches."