The city’s health department said it closed the club’s restaurant on Jan. 19 after inspectors found a number of problems.READ MORE: Former Aide Accusing Gov. Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment Says She Believes Governor Was Propositioning Her For Sex
The violations included failing to keep refrigerated food cold enough, not keeping hot foot hot enough, and letting workers prepare food with their bare hands.
The failing inspection came on Thursday, a day after the club celebrated its relaunch with a celebrity-studded party.READ MORE: Gov. Lamont Lifts Most COVID Capacity Limits In Connecticut, But Maintains Mask Mandate
The New York Post reports that the problems were corrected Friday night and the restaurant reopened.
Club spokesman Ron Berkowitz tells the newspaper there was “no interruption in service or sales.”MORE NEWS: 'Isolation Kills, Too': New Jersey Families Beg Governor To Loosen Long-Term Care Facility Visitation Restrictions
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