You can check out New York City Restaurant Grades
You can check out New York City Restaurant Grades. Selecting a place to eat out is easy with the City’s restaurant inspection look-up tool. You’ll find health inspection results for each of New York City’s 24,000 restaurants.
Type in a restaurant name or ZIP code and click on “List Results” to get inspection results (letter grades).
You can find health inspection results for New York City’s 27,000 restaurants on ABCEats, the City’s restaurant inspection lookup tool.
The Health Department conducts unannounced inspections of restaurants at least once a year. Inspectors check that restaurants comply with food safety rules.
Violations of food safety rules carry point values, and a restaurant’s score corresponds to a letter grade. The lower the score, the better the grade.
The Health Department conducts unannounced inspections of restaurants at least once a year. Inspectors check for compliance in food handling, food temperature, personal hygiene and vermin control. Each violation of a regulation gets a certain number of points. At the end of the inspection, the inspector totals the points, and this number is the restaurant’s inspection score—the lower the score, the better the Grade.
Download the iPhone and iPad app or Android for Restaurant Letter Grading.
Restaurant Operators: For current information on restaurant inspections, opening or operating a restaurant, mobile and temporary food vending, and important changes to the NYC Health Code, visit the Food Service Operators & Workers page.
Source: Restaurant Grades