Friday, December 18, 2015

[Updated] DOH temporarily closes Little Poland on 2nd Avenue



The DOH has temporarily closed Second Avenue stalwart Little Poland, one of our favorite places to eat.

An inspection on Tuesday yielded 66 violation points, including for "Food Protection Certificate not held by supervisor of food operations." They've always had excellent scores in the past.

Anyway, when they reopen here at 200 Second Ave. between East 12th Street and East 13th Street, we might finally try the pancake special that the diner has been offering since earlier in the fall...



Updated 12:46

They will reopen at 3 this afternoon...

5 comments:

Gojira said...

Noooooooo! My go-to for tomato noodle soup or white borscht!

Anonymous said...

Fingers crossed that they can reopen soon. What a lousy time of year for this to happen...

Giovanni said...

The food is delicious, I never got sick there, and it will always be safer to eat in than Chipotle. Hope they reopen today.

Anonymous said...

the DOH is increasingly becoming a shakedown system that makes it impossible for small independent operations like Little Poland to survive. practically nothing to do with cleanliness or health, all to do with making money for the city, only super high end expensive or generic chain restaurants will be left in the end.

Goggla said...

Glad to hear they're reopening quickly. Phew!