NYC Airport Lounges with BAD health code violations

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  1. katstarr

    katstarr Gold Member

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    In the past two months, I've gone to two nyc airport lounges with B ratings issued by the NYC Department of Health. A B rating, is 14-27 violation points, and often contains critical violations. I researched it, and wrote about it here, in this blog post:

    http://www.willrunformiles.com/2013/06/disgusting-health-code-violations-at-2.html

    what can we do to make airlines and their lounge managers clean up the lounges?

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    iolaire Gold Member

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    This seems especially bad given these are “membership” based clubs. If I were a “member” I’d be concerned. My question is have members of our community received $/points/vouchers whatever for this bad service? i.e. People get X for a broken seat, what about an unsanitary lounge?
     
  3. Wandering Aramean
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    Meh. A B rating isn't really all that bad in the grand scheme of things.

    If it was actually so bad as to be a real problem they'd be shut down. They aren't. I eat at restaurants in NYC with B ratings all the time and I'm just fine.
     
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  4. StevenGerrard

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    its really not good this should be close asap.
     
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  5. JetsettingEric
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    A B isn't bad for a complex restaurant, but for a red carpet club, it's pretty scary.

    How much food do they handle? and how could they screw it up? It's almost all pre-made, pre packaged and they need to serve it. How many McDonalds have a B rating? I'll gladly dine at a French restaurant with a B rating, but a RCC with a B rating is a bit concerning.
     
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    Probably the report in a Delta SkyClub stated something like "Premises smelled of paint thinner and rotten corn" and the inspector just didn't realize it was the normal smell of their recently "enhanced" beverage selections.
     
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