A couple of these signs were spotted in local eateries.

Apparently Columbia students aren’t the only ones getting grades in Morningside Heights.

Our favorite neighborhood restaurants were undergoing some pretty intense midterms of their own, recently, and according to the New York Health Department’s most recent data analysis, they didn’t do so well. DNA Info and amNY report that the Morningside zip code (which it’s worth noting that they’re defining as 10026—phew) has a higher concentration of dirty restaurants than any other Manhattan neighborhood. So that’s sort of like we won, right?

A highlight:

“Factors that may cause a restaurant to receive a low grade include rodents, roaches or other insects, keeping food too warm and dirty dishware.”

Bon Appétit!