A grade system that ranks city restaurants by their sanitary conditions may be a reality soon.
Yesterday, the Department of Health voted to seek out public comment on its proposal to grade restaurants A, B or C depending on their cleanliness.
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The restaurants would have to display their grade so it’s visible to diners. The goal of the new system is to create more transparency, said Elliot Marcus, an associate health commissioner.
Los Angeles uses a similar system.