Word on the Street: Restaurant grading

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets of Canarsie to ask residents if they consider a restaurant's grade when deciding on a place to eat.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets of Canarsie to ask residents if they consider a restaurant's grade when deciding on a place to eat.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets of Canarsie to ask residents if they consider a restaurant's grade when deciding on a place to eat. (6/29/15)

BROOKLYN - It has been nearly five years since New York City restaurants were first required to put up letter grades.

Nearly 60 percent of eateries earn an "A" on their first health inspection.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets of Canarsie to ask residents if they consider a restaurant's grade when deciding on a place to eat.

 

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