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Mint Heights Closed by Health Department

Restaurants along Henry Street have been getting attention from the Health Department’s inspectors. In February they shut down Kogane Ramen. The latest to fail inspection is Mint Heights, at 46 Henry; sadly, a longtime favorite of my wife’s (she loves their Butter Chicken) and mine for Indian cuisine. The bill of particulars is here. Thanks […]

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Kogane Ramen Closed by Health Department

Kogane Ramen, 76 Henry Street, has been closed by the City Health Department, having been assessed a total of 106 violation points following its last inspection. You can read the whole, quite disturbing, list here (click on “Read full story” for link).

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“Java with Jo Anne” Thursday; BQE on the Agenda

State Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon, who represents Brooklyn Heights and nearby neighborhoods, will have another of her “Java with Jo Anne” sessions, this one on line or by telephone only, this Thursday, July 28, from 9:30 to 11:00 am. She will be discussing many matters of local concern, inviting local residents to express their views […]

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“Rat Academy” at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church Thursday Evening

No, it’s not where rodents go to learn the “three Rs.” All local residents, businesses, and organizations are invited to a free presentation, sponsored by Community Board 2 and the NYC Department of Health, at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. this Thursday, March 17. […]

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New Baluchi’s on Henry Closed by Department of Health

It didn’t take long. Reader Derek Jetah reports: Took family for lunch to brand new Baluchi’s in North Heights yesterday. Imagine my surprise upon arrival when I found Dept. of Health notice on door and workers moving food from fridge into (unrefrigerated) truck. Worker said current refrigerator “not cold enough.” Um, yuck! Think I’ll wait […]

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La Pizzetta DOH’d ?

EJ at BK11201 snapped this photo Saturday of what appears to be a yellow Department of Health violation/closure notice at La Pizzetta at 145 Atlantic Avenue. A post on the restaurant’s Google listing exclaims: THEY WERE CLOSED DOWN FOR HEALTH VIOLATIONS, COVERED UP THE NOTICE IN THE WINDOW AND PUT UP A SIGN SAYING THAT […]

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Will You Go Back to Le Petit Marche?

Le Petit Marche’s [46 Henry Street] recent trouble with the NYC Department of Health and the establishment’s attempt to spin its violations as the product of “clerical errors” has us wondering if Brooklyn Heights residents are willing to return to dining there should they pass re-re-inspection. Owner Daniella Silone told BHB that the situation is […]

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Le Petit Marche to Re-open Tomorrow?

Your correspondent has learned from a friend, who had made a reservation for Thanksgiving dinner at Le Petit Marche, that she has received a phone call from one of the owners of the restaurant, assuring her that the closure was indeed the result of a clerical error, claiming that it has now been rectified, and […]

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Le Petit Marche Blames Clerical Errors and Red Tape for Department of Health Shutdown

The management of Le Petit Marche claims that it was shutdown by the NYC Department of Health not over violations but rather issues related to a “clerical error” and bureaucratic “red tape”.  A notice has been posted at the eatery by the owners stating: Thank You Dear Valued Customers We are sincerely sorry for the inconvenience. Due […]

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DOH: Third Strike for Le Petit Marche

Le Petit Marche [46 Henry Street], as previously reported today, was closed by the Department of Health following it’s third subpar inspection since August, officials tell Brooklyn Heights Blog.  A look at the DOH website shows that the restaurant received 37 violation points in August and 44 in October. While the most recent inspection on […]

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