I had to wrestle with myself as to whether to post this or not, but then again, it is in the public interest (I guess)

The reason for the conflict is – on one hNS I don't want to start slamming all the local restaurants as we all know how hard it is to compete in that business.    On the other hand, it is really important to keep a watchful eye on these violations especially very critical ones.

Sometimes you have to wonder if these inspectors are  being unnecessarily picky but I'm not going to get into that.  I'm going to instead share a link to an Albany Business Review article that will give you all of their findings.  In other words, WE report - YOU decide.

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I do remember once going out to lunch with friends at a chain restaurant that shall remain nameless, ordering a burger platter, and finding something very chewy in the coleslaw.

I carefully placed a napkin up to my mouth in an understated way, and lo and behold-what did I find?  A half of a cigarette!   Makes me wonder if they took the unused slaw off of someone's plate and reused it, but it actually makes me nauseous thinking about it as I type.

Hopefully this doesn't happen to you, so that's why I'm posting this.  Bon appetit!