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NYC Chef Speak Out Against the DOH; Best New Jersey Eats

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NEW YORK — In response to today's announcement that DOH is instituting a new health plan that will require restaurants to display restaurant inspection grades, the chef owner of Manhattan's Landmarc restaurant writes in to Eater NY to share his thoughts on the subject: "Firstly, we believe that the mandatory posting of a letter grade, against the wishes of the business owner, and adopted as a rule by the Board of Heath and not a statute by the City Council, raises significant and serious constitutional issues, especially in light of the recent Supreme Court decision upholding corporate free speech rights under the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution." [Eater NY]

FAST FOOD LAND— McDonald's is testing it's new "McBistro Sandwich" in three markets across the country. It's basically a fried chicken sandwich topped with melted cheese and three different sauce options. [Dining at Large]

NEW JERSEY— Daniel Humm, chef at NYC's four-star restaurant Eleven Madison Park shares his top five Jersey dining picks for Food & Wine. Among Humm's favorites are the cubano sandwich from La Isla in Hackensack and the sliders from White Manna in Hoboken. [Mouthing Off]

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