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Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Cafe92Y Receives “A” Grade


The newly opened 92YCafe has received an “A” grade from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as part of their new rating systems for food establishments‘ sanitation and food preparation.

We wish they graded the food too, because we’re sure if they did, they would have given that an A too! Under the helm of Chef David Ritter, the cafe is producing delicious and inventive fresh daily specials featuring kosher meals, snacks and beverages. Get a goat cheese and beet pasta one day or a walnut and pear pizza the next! Stop by 92YCafe in the third floor of the north building to try it out yourself. View the menu online at our Facebook page or as a PDF.


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