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Marc Daly’s Restaurant SoCo Sets The Record Straight On Recent Health Code Violation Rumors!

Marc Daly's restaurant, SoCo, is setting the record straight on reports that it was cited for multiple health code violations by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene last month.

The restaurant, which is located in Brooklyn, addressed the rumors in a post on Instagram on March 5, confirming it has had an A Sanitary Inspection Grade "for many years," despite the allegations.

"For the haters spreading false news, PSA, we have maintained our A for many years. Our staff is amazing. SoCo standards have always been upheld," the post read. "Please stop spreading fake rumors about a successful black owned business!!!"

The news comes after it was reported by Bossip that the New York City Health Department completed a routine inspection on February 13, and allegedly found the following:

-Food wasn’t properly protected from sources of contamination during storage, prep, transportation, display or service.
-Cold food items weren’t being refrigerated at appropriate temperatures.
-Live roaches were present in both the kitchen and/or dining area.
-There was evidence of mice in the kitchen and/or dining area.
-The restaurant isn’t vermin proof and has conditions that are conducive to attracting vermin and allowing them to exist.

The health department ended up giving the eatery an “A” grade, but the 28 violation points were the most that the eatery had ever racked up, according to city records obtained by Bossip.

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