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What does grade pending mean in NYC restaurants?

What does grade pending mean in NYC restaurants?

Grade pending means that the restaurant got either a B or a C. The restaurant can contest the grade, and while it’s waiting for a hearing, it can post the grade it received or the “Grade Pending” sign. You can look up the restaurant’s pending score online.

What do NYC restaurant grades mean?

Since 2010, New York City has required restaurants to post letter grades that correspond to scores received from sanitary inspections. An inspection score of 0 to 13 is an A, 14 to 27 points is a B, and 28 or more points is a C. Grade cards must be posted where they can easily be seen by people passing by.

What makes a restaurant get AB rating?

The highest grade (‘A’) is earned if the restaurant is clean, up to code, and free of violations, a ‘B’ means that the restaurant is clean, but has some minor issues that needs to be fixed and a ‘C’… well a ‘C’ means the restaurant shouldn’t be open.

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What a Grade C means?

Letter Grades. A+, A, A- indicates excellent performance. B+, B, B- indicates good performance. C+, C, C- indicates satisfactory performance. D+, D, D- indicates less than satisfactory performance.

What does grade B mean for restaurants?

GRADE A: The restaurant is clean, up to code, and free of violations. GRADE B: The restaurant has some issues that must be fixed. GRADE C: The restaurant is a public risk and on verge of closure.

How Does NY State inspect restaurants?

Food service inspection data is available for inspections for restaurants, caterers and food service at schools, children’s camps, some institutions and other facilities. Most food service inspections in New York State can be accessed through our health.data.ny.gov webpage.

Is a Grade C Good?

A+, A, A- indicates excellent performance. B+, B, B- indicates good performance. C+, C, C- indicates satisfactory performance.

What does the grade D mean?