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Opinion | Market is on the path to improvement

Opinion | Market is on the path to improvement

By Josh Beylinson, Staff Columnist

October 6, 2019

Students should be open-minded and give Market another try, rather than writing it off immediately.

Las Palmas remains open after several health inspections

Las Palmas, a small Mexican grocery store tucked away on Atwood Street, offers traditional ingredients to its customers while tacos heat up on the grill outside of the store. (Photo by Anne Amundson | Staff Photographer)

By Joanna Li, News Editor

February 5, 2019

After at least three visits from the Allegheny County Health Department since it was ordered to close Jan. 24, Las Palmas #2, the Oakland location of the Mexican grocery and restaurant, was reinspected Feb. 5 and permitted to remain open.

Market cited for 14 health violations

Market Central and Market To-Go violated 18 out of 33 total inspection categories in the Allegheny County Health Department’s most recent Food Safety Assessment Report. (TPN File Photo)

By Hannah Schneider, Assistant News Editor

October 18, 2018

Market Central, the main hub for student dining at Pitt, was cited for multiple health violations by the Allegheny County Health Department on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Out of the 25 Food Safety Assessment categories reviewed by ACHD, 14 categories were violated, with six deemed “high risk,” accordin...

Uncle Sam’s Subs cited for multiple health-code violations

The Allegheny County Health Department issued a consumer alert for Uncle Sam’s Sub’s on Tuesday due to several health violations, including the presence of rodent droppings and cockroaches. (Image via Wikimedia Commons)

By Sarah Shearer, Assistant News Editor

September 7, 2018

Uncle Sam's Subs in Oakland received multiple health code violations in an inspection report Sept. 4.

Forbes Qdoba closed after lawsuit, health violations

The Qdoba on Forbes Avenue has permanently closed. (Photo by Janine Faust / Contributing Editor)

By John Hamilton / Managing Editor

March 15, 2018

The Forbes Avenue Qdoba closed after the Qdoba Restaurant Corp. sued the franchise’s owners for breach of contract because of numerous code violations. Qdoba filed a lawsuit in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Feb. 28 against Brooks Hospitality, Chad Brooks and Sally Brooks. The suit ...

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