Shun Lee on West 65th Street reopened on Wednesday, with a grade pending sticker in the window, more than a week after getting closed by the Health Department for several violations.
But two other Upper West Side restaurants were closed by DOH for violations.
Sal & Carmine’s, the famed pizzeria at 2671 Broadway between 101st and 102nd Street, had a yellow DOH sticker on the door, according to Rachel who took the photo above. An employee said the place was closed for the night for cleaning. The department did not have the list of violations on its website yet.
And Mimi Japanese Restaurant at 566 Amsterdam Avenue between 87th and 88th Street was closed last week after receiving violations that included evidence of mice and roaches, and it remained closed this week. A message on the restaurant’s machine says it plans to reopen on Thursday.