Written by Bwog Staff
A few tipsters have sent Bwog links to a website called EveryBlock. Users can search by zip code or address to find out all sorts of neat things about a neighborhood like elevator malfunctions, construction work violations and grossest of all: restaurants’ health code violations.
Kitchenette scored a moderately upsetting 14 points, the most nauseating of which was “food surface not washed.” Other points came from the failure to “post signs” or have a working thermometer.
An impressive 29 points were awarded to Subconscious. Apparently they’re still serving NYC-banned trans fat, among other things.
But today’s big winner is John Jay. During its inspection at the end of January, John Jay Dining Hall racked up a positively baller 32 points for everything from inadequate lighting to “food not protected from contamination” to mice.
In comparison, Hewitt Dining Hall only had 9 points of violations, the most egregious of which were “flying insects” and the cryptic “Other/Employee in separate smoking room.”
And the rest of the best:
Deluxe: 11 points
Tom’s: 7 points
Java City: 12 points
Roti Roll: 41 points (Watch your back John Jay!)
Starbucks: 10 points
Tasti D Lite: 2 points
Blue Java: 12 points
Artopolis: 17 points
V&T: 15 points
Ferris Booth: 33 points
Am Cafe: 6 points