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Upper West Side: Sal & Carmine Shuttered by Health Department

Sal and Carmine pizza joint closed for health violations. Photo: Laura B. Weiss

The Westside Independent reports that neighborhood pizza mainstay, Sal & Carmine on Broadway located between 101st and 102nd streets, has been shut down by the city’s health department. Last summer, Sal, one of the longtime pizza makers, died suddenly last summer, saddening fans of the neighborhood slice stalwart.

The reason for the health department clampdown?

According to the Westside Independent:

The most recent health department inspection from February says the restaurant had evidence of mice, or live mice, and that the toilet facility was not properly maintained, among other violations. We are assuming there was a subsequent health department inspection that didn’t go so well.

Sal & Carmine Pizza
2671 Broadway (between 101st and 102nd)
212 663 7651

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  3. Recently Shuttered Upper West Side Bruno Ravioli To Migrate to Upper East Side

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