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    A Restaurant Disguises Its "B" Rating From The Health Department By Turning It Into A "Brunch" Sign

    A classic example of a moment where someone spends more time trying to cheat on the test instead of studying.

    Astor Row Cafe, a restaurant in Harlem, cleverly disguised their "B" rating from the New York City health department by turning it into an ad for their Sunday Brunch.

    According to the NYC Department of Health, their B grade was given due to evidence of mice as well as improperly sanitizing surface areas.

    Nice try.


    h/t NY Daily News