A restaurant in Harlem has found a creative way to disguise its low rating from New York City health inspectors.
The Astor Row Cafe reportedly camouflaged its ‘B’ rating by spelling out “SUNDAY BRUNCH” in bright letters.
The New York Daily News reports it was the brainchild of Astor Row barista Armando Burgos and his friend, who printed out the letters at a nearby copy center. According to Burgos, passers-by think “it’s funny.”
Astor Row Cafe at 404 Lenox Ave. in Harlem made the B rating from the city part of its brunch sign
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