Well, they were inspected July 2012 and the only critical violation was food over 41 F which means almost nothing, since it's basically impossible to keep all the food at that temperature all the time.
They shouldn't have being inspected until summer 2013, but they did and they were closed, which to me means that somebody sent the DOH. And when the DOH have to go somewhere because of a call, oh boy, they come with vengeance.
Obviously they had to have some major violation to be shut down completely, but nowadays with this point system implemented by the city I could walk in any restaurant in new york and if not shutting it down, at least give it a B or C and fine them thousand. The system currently in use is deeply flawed since it relies completely on the inspector's judgement and leniency, or lack thereof.
Don't hate, jussain'
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