Grading New York Restaurants: What’s in an ‘A’?

January 21, 2011  |  

(New York Times) — Late last summer, the New York City Department of Health began releasing the results of new restaurant inspections, and assigning letter grades based on compliance with the city Health Code and the state Sanitary Code. The letter grades have become ubiquitous in restaurant windows throughout the city. But what do they really mean, and how seriously should we take them in choosing a place to eat?

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